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Sound of Happiness rehersal
Norway
Sound of Happiness members practising inside the Happiness locations. The foundation “Sound of Happiness Competence Centre” was established on August 28 1998, as an activity centre with primary focus on music education and concert activities for mentally disabled.
Copyright: Tor Erik Schrøder
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