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Tim Chatwood: Gray Meanings

by Various Artists

The hope of this album is to convey feelings of different emotions and put the listener in moments they have felt them.
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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  Song Share Time Download
1. West
Justin Hubbard, Joshua T. Bottoms, Aren Long, Maya Dimitroff, Jonathan Chang, Tim Chatwood & Greta Sturm
4:42 $0.99
2. Glycerine
Jessica Baronet, Amy Lindsey & Eric Yu Kao
2:45 $0.99
3. Forget
Jessica Baronet, Amy Lindsey & Eric Yu Kao
2:13 $0.99
4. Questioning
Jessica Baronet, Aren Long & Eric Yu Kao
3:22 $0.99
5. Midnight-the Second Noon: 1. Some Sleep and Some Awaken - 2. Nothing Good After Midnight - 3. Morning
Greta Sturm, Joshua Bottoms, Aren Long, Maya Dimitroff, Jonathan Chang & David M. Schwartz
6:08 $0.99
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Album Notes
West for Pierrot and Percussion explores the Lewis and Clark expedition. The piece opens with them first seeing the Pacific Ocean and the Western US. The sound of the ocean is simulated with an ocean drum and extended wind techniques. A moving line between the instruments gives the feeling of moving on a journey. The expedition was a key factor in the future settling of the west. Sometimes one must journey out into the unknown to see what is out there.

We all have moments in our life that we would do anything to hold on to or last a little longer. Glycerine, a preservative, is something we all wish we could add to a memory.

During our lives, we all have moments that we want to forget. This can be for a number of reasons. The piece is the journey of trying to push these moments away. The memories are still there no matter how hard we try to forget.

We all have times in our lives where we question ourselves. The path we thought was the right one turns out to be wrong. This leads us to question our choices and what we do next in life.

Midnight: Midnight-The Second Noon:
Midnight: Midnight-The Second Noon explores a time of day where many of us are asleep. This is not always the case. For many of us like myself who work swing shift or overnights. Mov.1 Some Sleep and Some Awaken, depicts how at midnight some of us are going to sleep but some are waking up to start their day. Mov. 2 Nothing Good After Midnight, shows the darker side of the night. You never know what will come out. Mov. 3 Morning, shows that even getting a full night of sleep, it is still hard to wake up in the morning.



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