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  • Transports us back to the good old days, but you have to be pretty old to go back that far.  A little Scot Joplin, tin pan alley and where's Al Jolson singing Mammy.  This is at the end of the movie when the villain is vanquished and the damsel is off the railroad tracks, and the hero gets the girl.  Keep this up and someday you'll be writing music for the talkies.

  • Ha thanks so much.

  • Here is a link to the video with the music as underscore: Man in the Moon-video

  • Delightful piece.

    Not to difficult to play, and very enjoyable. Lovely melody and interpretation.

    Keep up the great work.

  • Thank you so much Paul-so glad you enjoyed the music!

    Paul Copeland said:

    Delightful piece.

    Not to difficult to play, and very enjoyable. Lovely melody and interpretation.

    Keep up the great work.

    Man in the Moon
    Here is a piece I wrote inspired by the silent film, 'A Trip to the Moon' by Georges Méliès. It has an early 20th Century style piano and an overall…
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