Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovič | Ballerina

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Ballerina

by Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovič

A beautiful, original, piano music journey through the deep corners of my naked soul. Godfathers of the album were the legendary film music composer Eugen Doga and popular Slovak singer/songwriter Peter Nagy
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Ballerina
5:10 $1.00
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2. Lúčenie (Farewell)
5:17 $1.00
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3. S Tebou (With You)
4:37 $1.00
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4. Spomienka (Reminiscence)
5:56 $1.00
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5. Dážď (Rain)
5:46 $1.00
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6. Klavír Pre Mamu (Piano for Mother)
5:25 $1.00
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7. Valčík V H Mol (Waltz in B Minor)
6:29 $1.00
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8. Impresia (Impression)
5:31 $1.00
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9. Trinásta (Thirteenth)
6:11 $1.00
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10. Rieka (River)
3:23 $1.00
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11. Marcel z malého mesta
5:03 $1.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dear listener,
I feel very pleased that you stopped by to listen to, or buy my album, thank you!
It is my greatest pleasure to guide you through the secret corners of my soul, because in each one of the pieces there is a story and there is me, my life, my thoughts, feelings, love...
I lived with these compositions for a long time and they´ve come a long way. I don´t hide anything from you, this is an honest confession of my naked soul. This album contains 10 of my original pieces and one interesting bonus- Peter Nagy, the famous Slovak singer/songwriter asked me if I could try to re-make one of his songs into the romantic style of my compositions. I gladly agreed and you can listen to the result here, the last song on this album. Close your eyes dear listener, and let me be your guide on this journey.

"My Overall impression from what I've heard of Oliver's music leads me to a feeling that we have something to do with a very talented, hardworking and diligent musician, able to freely express his musical thoughts, aiming to appeal on the emotional side of the human soul, rather than the rational. It's possible that it's thanks to a certains school that Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovič has. Despite that we hear Oliver's album in an electronic form, it sounds very convincing and leaves a pleasant feeling to the listener. I'm sure that Oliver has many fans that know and love his music. We can only wish him not to leave his path, but daringly spread his musical thoughts. May it be impressions or something a little bit in the image of Ballerina, or echoes of distant stars and distant worlds, honesty and professionality will always find respect and understanding and inspirational substance for the author." Eugen Doga

"When I close my eyes...I see music... the music has the melody of the voice of a woman, when the woman is whispering about what she's dreaming of...that is what everyone can understand....that is the music that Oliver composes and plays..." Peter Nagy

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ60uF2uruJIRtSoaG3duSQ
https://oliverbohovic.bandcamp.com/

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Kathy Parsons

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"Ballerina" is the debut solo piano album by Slovakian pianist/composer/singer/multi-instrumentalist Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovič, and what an elegant, soulful first effort it is! An aspiring film composer with classical roots, Bohovic reaches into the depths of his soul to find the music that most reveals what he feels and who he is. In his own words: “Ballerina is an honest confession of my naked soul. I lived with these compositions for a long time and in each one of them there's me, my thoughts, feelings, love, yearning...I hide nothing. It's a collection of original romantic piano songs which I composed over the course of five years and also includes a collaboration with a popular Slovak singer/songwriter Peter Nagy, on whose request I re-made one of his songs into the style of my other piano pieces. This music has been a treatment for myself. My ambition is not to stun anyone, just to bring music that would make people feel peaceful and loved.”

"Ballerina" begins with the title track, a piece that evokes images of a single dancer moving gracefully on an empty stage, unleashing deep emotions with the freedom of her movements - a very impressive opening! “Lucenie (Farewell)” poignantly expresses the sadness of saying “goodbye” to a loved one - a favorite! “S Tebou (With You)” is warm and comfortable with passion simmering just below the surface - perfect for a romantic movie soundtrack! I’m not sure why, but the piano does an amazing job of describing different kinds of rain. “Dazd (Rain)” is a lovely example of this. The left hand keeps a steady, calming rhythm while the right hand dances all over the piano keyboard, sometimes depicting a gentle drizzle and sometimes a sparkling downpour - another favorite. “Klavir pre Mamu (Piano for Mother)” is a wonderful expression of love and appreciation - gentle and very sincere. “Valcik v h mol (Waltz in B minor)” really shows Bohovic’s classical roots. The waltz tempo is fairly fast, but the melody is bittersweet and tender - I really like this one, too! “Trinasta (Thirteenth)” is a colorful bit of musical storytelling. Many different scenarios come to mind that could easily fit this descriptive, melancholy melody. “Rieka (River)” describes the peaceful flow of a body of water - always in motion, but never in a rush. Occasional bright flashes in the upper treble of the piano sound like bright sparkles of light on the water. “Marcel z maleho mesta” is Bohovic’s remake of one of Peter Nagy’s popular songs from the 1980’s. I don’t think I’m familiar with the original song, but this new version is a great closing to a great first album.

I recommend "Ballerina" and I’m sure we’ll be hearing much more from this exciting young artist - hopefully soon!
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Serge Kozlovsky

Writings by Serge Kozlovsky / http://sergekozlovsky.com
Pure music's stream can be a potent treatment
It harmonizes your body and your soul

This music is full of light and calm. It soothes your heart and creates a positive mood from the first chords. One wants to plunge into your childhood memories and remember the brightest moments of your life. When you listen to this music it’s easy to feel yourself as a child who understands that all things are possible to achieve and all doors are open in this world.

Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovic is a young composer, multi-instrumentalist and singer from Banska Stiavnica, Slovakia. He has his own memorable style of performing which is full of inspiration. I can characterize it as sincere and emotional piano music which touches the soul deeply. In general, the depth of the artist’s composing and performing is inherent in all the compositions of his newest album “Ballerina”.

I would like to stay on one more important aspect of the music of Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovic. His melodious piano compositions have a clear expressed therapeutic effect. They can be easily used for soul and body treatment.

Besides, the music of Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovic is full of tranquility and it can be suggested for meditation and relaxation. And I am sure its flowing will warm your heart.

I’d like to add here the music of the album “Ballerina” is filled with sensuality and, at the same time, this is very strong and powerful. The light sadness that is contained in the compositions of the album does not depress, but purifies the soul.

What would one want to say in conclusion. “Ballerina” is a bright sample of neo classical, contemporary instrumental and new age music. I believe in the success of this extraordinary release and can name Oliver Nosaczynski Bohovic as a new, bright star on the horizon of modern music. It is waiting for well-deserved international recognition.

Listen to this album with your loved ones. It will help you understand each other deeper and realize the inextricable bond between you.
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