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Floating On a Melody

by Christopher Boscole

Original solo piano compositions and improvisations, lyrical, magical, and dreaming, reminiscent of new age and neoclassical mysticism.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. Floating On a Melody
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2. A Country Dawn
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3. Solo Per Vivere
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4. Once Upon a Possibility
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5. Waves of Twilight
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6. To Travel the Multiverse
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7. Ballade of Adagio
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8. The Knight Returns
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9. A Distant Universe
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10. Peace of Imagination
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11. Collage in Dreams
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12. Vous Revoir
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“Floating on a Melody” release date 10/1/12 , features 12 original solo piano compositions by Christopher Boscole performed on a 9' Steinway D Concert Grand and digitally mastered by Joe Bongiorno at Piano Haven.

"Christopher Boscole's work is a living tapestry of sound. Each note is a colorful thread interwoven to create a masterpiece that enraptures the soul and relaxes the mind. The journey through this album was like a breath of fresh air...just a couple of notes and I was hooked. If you enjoy neoclassical piano with hints of new age and jazz this is an artist you are going to want in your collection." by Dana Wright -

Christopher Boscole is an American pianist, composer, and teacher. Boscole released his first album in 1986 and in 25 years and through 10 albums of mostly original music has established his own unique style of piano sound that contains elements of his background in Jazz, New Age, and Classical traditions. Popular in radio, Boscole's last four solo piano albums have charted in the top 10 as reported on ZMR. His composition “Angel of Bliss” from his album “Presents of Angels” is also featured on the Whisperings Radio Solo Piano compilation “Music to Quiet Your World.” Boscole is an avid sailor and explores creative relationships between nature, photography, and music through multi-media concerts and videos. Formally trained, Boscole has a Master of Music in Jazz Piano Performance, Master in Teaching, Bachelor of Arts in Music and also studied privately with Gary Peacock. He names Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Oscar Peterson, George Winston, David Lanz, Michael Jones, Liz Story, David Nevue, David Benoit, Dave Grusin, Ralph Towner, John McLaughlin, Frederic Chopin, Claude Debussy, Erik Satie, Maurice Ravel, J.S. Bach, and Philip Glass as just a few of his musical influences.


Shimmer: Solo piano (1986)
September Song: Contemporary Jazz (1987)
Land of Music: Contemporary Jazz (1992)
O Christmas Tree: Solo Piano (1992, re-released 2009)
Natural Instincts: Jazz (1993)
Presents of Angels: Piano Solos (2008)
Inner Voyages: Piano Solos (2010)
Floating on a Melody: Piano Solos (2012)
A New Age of Classical Piano (2014)
Skipping on Daisies (2016)



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Review excerpt from Music and Media Focus
It’s not just that the title of his latest CD, Floating On A Melody reflects pianist Christopher Boscole’s passion for sailing, but his music is imbued with a movement and flow that is peaceful yet exhilarating like a being out on the water with the wind in your sails. Since 1986, over the course of 8 albums, Christopher has plied these musical currents, with his latest vessel being a Steinway Concert Grand Piano. As a composer Christopher combines what he calls “old-school type musical crafting,” with more spontaneous improvisational playing. Christopher’s style incorporates new age, jazz, and neo-classical elements along with his own unique musical perspectives.

The ship sets sail on the title track, which departs the dock with effortless grace, picking up momentum and leaving a joyous melody in its wake. As mentioned above, a sense of gliding on the water is often conveyed in his music, especially this track. However, back on dry land, a song entitled “Country Dawn” paints a more pastoral picture that conjures an image of the sun rising – bright and full of promise on a brand new morning. By contrast, “Waves Of Twilight” reflects the other end of the arc of a day, where energy begins to settle and the last rays of a once brilliant sun give way to the deepening shadows of the night. Grander vistas are evoked in a piece called “To Travel The Multiverse,” which like the title track gives a feeling of sailing, yet the view out this porthole is more likely to be a sea of stars. One of my favorite tracks on the album was “Peace Of Imagination.” Its dreamy ambience has a quality that feels both far away, yet deeply internal at the same time that I found quite touching.

Obviously, I’m not the only one who has been touched by Christopher’s impressionistic contemporary instrumental music. His last three solo albums have found their way into the Top 10 on the popular ZMR Charts which track radio airplay from a large number of stations. I have no doubt that Christopher Boscole’s latest CD release Floating On A Melody will find its place in both hearts and charts, as his previous music has.

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