Pitch Perfect in the 50's: Memories of Lenoir Jr. High School Band and Chorus, Lenoir High School Band, and Glee Club

Pitch Perfect in the 50's: Memories of Lenoir Jr. High School Band and Chorus, Lenoir High School Band, and Glee Club

by Charles "Chuck" Troutman, Jeanie M. Cline

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Overview

Author Jeanie Cline, along with co-author "Chuck" Troutman and their classmates, turn back the pages of time to the years of the amazing 50's. They stroll down memory lane recalling fun times at Lenoir Jr. High School followed by four wonderful years at Lenoir High School in North Carolina.

"Chuck" documents the remarkable period of the students' dedication to music and their band directors' outstanding and sympathetic leadership - all of which result in band recognition with multiple honors.

Jeanie shares contributed stories from their peers' memories about hardships, friendships, romantic adventures, and other personal experiences. "Pitch Perfect in the 50's" is a diversified seven-year journey the reader will enjoy with added fervor while learning how these students lived in a small town in Lenoir, North Carolina during the mid-20th Century.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530807383
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/22/2016
Pages: 322
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Christian author and North Carolina native, Jeanie M. Cline, has published twelve novels, many short stories, ballads, collections of poetry, and church plays. Founder of the N.C. Literary Guild for Students, she serves as Education Mentor. Cline graduated from L.H.S. in 1959 and continued her education at Caldwell Community College, Lenoir, NC. She sang in the Jr. H.S. Chorus and the L.H.S. Glee Club. Cline has two sons, Vernon and Joey.

Her co-author, Charles "Chuck" Troutman, is also a native North Carolinian who graduated from L.H.S. in '59, and then from UNC-Chapel Hill, NC in '63.

Troutman was a percussionist in the Lenoir Jr. H.S. Band and also the L.H.S. Band. His wife, Betsy Y. Troutman was First Chair percussionist and Troutman was Second Chair in Mrs. Troutman's senior year. The Troutmans have been married fifty-four years and have two sons who also became percussionists.

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