Charlie Barnett | The Blue Chevrolet

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The Blue Chevrolet

by Charlie Barnett

Modern lyrical orchestral music
Genre: Classical: Copland
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1. The Blue Chevrolet
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11:11 album only
2. Ah, The Scenic Overlook
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7:28 album only
3. The Detour, The Argument, and finally, The Map
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6:28 album only
4. Home
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7:44 album only
5. An Intriguing Pocketbook (andante)
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6:48 album only
6. Subway Chase ( allegro)
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9:09 album only
7. Late Night, Slow Train ( largo)
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7:22 album only
8. Loose Change (presto waltz)
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5:15 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Blue Chevrolet:

This is a piece about being twelve
years old and going on vacation
with my family. Each Summer my
Mother and Father would load
luggage, food, me and my four
sisters into our Chevrolet station
wagon and drive from Fredericks-
burg, Virginia to Damariscotta
Maine for a two-week vacation at
my grandfather’s cabin on Lake
Damarascotta. This was before
Route 95 and we drove the entire
three days north on old route one.

The Brooklyn Affair:

I was not sure what this piece was
about until Natalie Moffett-Smith
choreographed the second move-
ment for her dance company.
I think that it is about pocket-
books.
Janice Martin performs the violin
solo with with an intense rock and
roll energy. She’s a great player
And a great performer.


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Lynne Oakes

Life-Affirming!
Wonderful spirited music! Thank you! All the colors of the instruments are fully utilized...love it!