I justfound this on YouTube today, and it really tickled my mind... This is an excerpt of the end titles of Canadian Sesame Street... the theme played during the credits seems to be a dead ringer for Toots' tune that we heard during the end titles of our own SST during the 70s, 80s, and early 90s, doesn't it? Just... not quite... something seems to be off... mainly because, we never really heard this kind of arrangement before... but at the same time, I don't believe we may have really even heard the entire arrangement before. I got curious, and recorded this tune in Audacity, and adjusted the speed to 4% (like PAL format does to film in a lot of overseas countries), because this video not only was of somewhat poor quality, it didn't seem to be playing at the proper speed... so again, I increased the seed 4%, and was astounded to hear it sounds like the work of Toots Thielemans... either that, or the composers for Canadian SST did an eerily great job at recreating a Toots tune... but I suspect the first... mainly because, also looking on YouTube, Canadian SST had their own version of funding credits that utilized the exact same funky chimes our SSTfunding credits had (and their funding credits was pretty much the same as ours, only an added disclaimer regarding the production of Canadian segments being produced by CBC in various cities such as Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and Winnipeg)... so why would they use the same funky chimes as us, but go to extratrouble to recreate the closing theme? Again, my theory is that is perhaps a taste of Toots Thielemans' theme that we may never had heard before... whenever we heard it for Friday Credit Crawls, it almost always faded in from a playing of "It's a magic carpet ride / every door will open wide / to happy people like you...", maybe perhaps this is what we never heard play before the fade in on the Friday Credit Crawls... if only there was a completely full version of Toots' closing tune we could hear to confirm something like that.