Michael Logozar | Starlight

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by Michael Logozar

Relax to this new collection of solo piano compositions by this 4 time Whisperings Solo Piano Radio album of the year nominee.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sunrise to Sunset
5:24 $0.99
2. Twilight Peace
3:55 $0.99
3. Starlight
3:52 $0.99
4. Promenade
3:45 $0.99
5. Dancing Lights
3:30 $0.99
6. Dream of You
4:18 $0.99
7. Midnight in the Garden
3:04 $0.99
8. Nocturne
4:17 $0.99
9. Moonbeams
4:50 $0.99
10. Hand in Hand
4:12 $0.99
11. Across the Sea
3:49 $0.99
12. The Wishing Star
3:49 $0.99
13. Falling
4:03 $0.99
14. Evening Prayer
6:07 $0.99
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Kathy Parsons

From MainlyPiano
"Starlight" is pianist/composer Michael Logozar’s seventh full-length album and is somewhat different from his previous releases. Michael and his wife, Kendra, recently switched from a Yamaha grand to a Shigeru Kawai grand. Yamaha pianos tend to be quite a bit brighter and more vibrant than Kawais and the change has inspired Logozar to pull back a bit as he explores a new layer of quiet dynamics in his new piano. That softer sound also inspired him to go with a night theme for "Starlight." Logozar has always had strong beautiful melodies in his music, but this album has a much sweeter and more innocent tone than some of his others. Part of the reason for that is that quite a bit of the music is played in the higher registers of the piano keyboard, which can be almost painfully bright on a Yamaha (I know - I have one!). In addition to being very soothing and relaxing for adult listeners, the fourteen pieces on Starlight would be beautiful lullabies for children to listen to as they drift off to sleep. I have been a longtime fan of Michael Logozar’s music and think that this is one of his best albums so far.

"Starlight" begins with “Sunrise to Sunset,” which is both a reminder to slow down and a piece that starts quietly at daybreak and speeds up until slowing at sundown, setting the “stage” for the night-themed music that follows. “Twilight Peace” is tranquility set to music. Suggesting a sky turning shades of soft lavender-gray as humans and most wildlife settle down for the night, this lovely piece is a peaceful as it can be. The title track takes us to a darker sky as the twinkling stars begin to emerge and create their own special magic. Very light and delicate, this one’s a favorite. “Promenade” occasionally makes use of the quiet “whoosh” of the dampers to sound like the piano is softly breathing. “Dancing Lights” recalls growing up in an area where the Northern Lights and Auroras were spectacular. Very free with a swirling feeling, it’s a beauty! “Dream of You” is a graceful, poignant waltz - also a favorite. I love the gently flowing, almost playful quality of “Midnight in the Garden.” “Moonbeams” is darker and more mysterious, but is also very still and hypnotic. I’m looking forward to the sheet music for this one! With fingers dancing lightly at the upper end of the piano, “The Wishing Star” overflows with innocence and childlike wonder. “Evening Prayer” is again very peaceful and sincere like the heartfelt prayers of a child, bringing this excellent album to a serene close.

"Starlight" is a wonderful album for unwinding at the end of a busy day, to have playing while working to keep the mood calm, and whenever else beautiful, peaceful solo piano music will enhance what you’re doing (or not doing!). Very highly recommended!

Steve Sheppard

From One World Music Radio
There is a memory from deep within a moment that was so fractured for me, which created a pleasant segway to peace at a time when I needed it most, it was back in 2013 and the pathway to sanctuary came from the artist Michael Logozar and his album Time. From that moment on I became entranced with his work on the piano and here some 6 years later I find myself reviewing Starlight, released last year in 2017 and find that another port of musical solace can be found through his blissful performances.
This musical voyage of sight and sound begins with the sweet and very charming narrative of the opening offering entitled Sunrise to Sunset, in an amazing five plus minutes, Logozar takes us through the day until we achieve the vista of a glorious sunset in tone at the end.
The artist follows that up with the colourful and moving opus Twilight Peace, this is so very gently played, a calming sense of ambience will be found here and a soft and gentle refrain will ease those cares and tribulations away.
On Starlight, the title track, we have that opportunity to reveal the whole projects energy in one glorious piece and Logozar does himself proud with a quality performance on a composition that sparkles like the night sky itself. There is something very melodic and reflective about this composition, it also has a certain timeless quality about its construction as well.
Time now to walk along the Promenade with the musician and this musical moment of magic is a real gift. I adore how Logozar’s performance creates a gentle narrative of movement, we can visualise through the song, two people perhaps walking hand in hand on a summers day, while love blossoms all around.
I found the next piece Dancing Lights a fascinating arrangement, there was so much to listen to here. The scene set by the artists’ stylish composition is vast and in the mind’s eye one can see the dancing lights of a million suns moving in there radiance on the horizon of time itself, there is also a wonderful fluency about this track that will totally enhance the experience.
Dream of You was very well named and this caring and delicate offering is so carefully played, its dream like energy will entrance you with its musical charm. I found the performance by Logozar also manifested a fantasy like dance, perhaps a meeting of souls divided by the miles, meeting for a symbiotic connection during a night time meditation of sorts.
One of my favourite pieces from the release is up next and called Midnight in the Garden, the mystical and magical naming of the track allows the mind to suggest a certain imaginary. I remember as a child, escaping into the garden at midnight, back then it was something truly enchanting seen through the eyes of an innocent youth, and in parts this is exactly where the narrative of this composition takes me once more.
We now move past the half way marker and find ourselves at the door of the next offering called Nocturne, and a more serene song you will not find, this is so very beautiful and flows so expansively through a myriad dream world of night time star filled skies, this is solo piano at its true ambient best.
On Moonbeams that creation of vast ambient soundscapes continues. The mood however is deeper, it is as if we have moved far further into this realm of our night time perambulations than ever before, I found this offering so compelling, it had an essence of reflection that was quite addictive, it is as if Logozar has created a whole new realm within the night for us to enjoy, and is without doubt my favourite composition from the album.
As we move forever onwards within the dimensions of this quite beautiful album called Starlight by Michael Logozar, we come across a moment of lightness that raises the energies, it is called Hand in Hand; steeped in the tradition new age solo piano styles of Lanz and Winston, this friendly and honest composition will find friends in many quarters.
There is a very rich melody on this next offering entitled Across the Sea. The performance here by Logozar is quite breath-taking, he doesn’t only create wonderful images of sailing the oceans and travelling across the seas, there is a longing here, and a lyrical content that is literally created for you to sing along with.
The Wishing Star is above us now, and as we stand and watch and wish, allow this next song to be the soundtrack for that moment. There is a certain musical shimmer here that is very compelling. While the lightness and sparkling elements of this track are obvious, there is another layer of hope weaved deeply into this great track.
So we stand before the penultimate piece off the release and this last but one opus is called Falling. There are some pieces that will resonate with you more than others perhaps, but this one is simply outstanding, I found it quite emotive as well. Logozar manifests something truly moving here, its passion filled and very memorable in its over-all content.
The perfect end to the perfect album is about to occur, as Michael Logozar brings us his parting piece called Evening Prayer. The tranquillity of this offering is sublime and brings a level of peace and serenity of the highest quality. Evening Prayer at just over 6 minutes is also the longest piece off the album, but simply the most idyllic way to leave the project.
Starlight by Michael Logozar is a real treat of an album; it’s a gift so soothing that you will find many relaxing star filled oasis along the way. Logozar has really pulled the stops out here, he plays from the heart to the heart and has manifested an album that is truly masterful in creating a breathing space in time for us to all float within; fans of the solo piano genre are going to lap this one up.