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Moonlight in Vermont

My Dad played piano and once told me that all the great players viewed this as their favorite tune: great changes, pretty melody. John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf are not exactly household names, but in a just world they would be for writing "Moonlight in Vermont."

You are encouraged to visit the virtual coffeehouse anytime 24 x 7 to watch this and all new tunes.

But, if you would like to load this song on your iPod® or local system so that you can access it without the Internet, you can download a copy to your local system. I will warn you, these are big files -- they take a long time to download and a lot of space on your system (this (long) video is 18MB, the mp3 is 5.2MB).


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