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Vitamin B1 - Credits

Production
Nobel Media

Speakers: Maria Darling and Gavin Robertson, Dubmaster Studios
(Fanfare in Cartoon: "Carmen Suite" (Bizet) KPM Music Publishing Scandinavia)


Acknowledgment
We would like to thank Professor Emeritus Kenneth J. Carpenter for his generous help.

 

 





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