Dante Notar – Oblio | Neoclassical music review

Dante Notar – Oblio | Neoclassical music review

“Композиция написанная -Dante Notar-, является удивительным произведением исполненное на пиано. Его плавные, медитативные аккорды создают атмосферу спокойствия и созерцания. Нежные прикосновения к клавишам, словно те состоят из хрупкого хрусталя, сводят с ума и можно почувствовать, как музыка растворяется в воздухе, заполняя пространство вокруг себя.”

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“The composition written -dante notar- is an amazing work performed on the piano. Its smooth, meditative chords create an atmosphere of calm and contemplation. Delicate touches to the keys, as if they consist of fragile crystal, drive away and you can feel how music dissolves in the air, filling the space around itself.”

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“Η σύνθεση που γράφτηκε -Dante Notar- είναι ένα εκπληκτικό έργο που εκτελείται στο πιάνο. Οι ομαλές, διαλογιστικές χορδές του δημιουργούν μια ατμόσφαιρα ηρεμίας και περισυλλογής. Οι ευαίσθητες πινελιές στα κλειδιά, σαν να αποτελούνται από εύθραυστο κρύσταλλο, απομακρύνετε και μπορείτε να αισθανθείτε πώς η μουσική διαλύεται στον αέρα, γεμίζοντας το χώρο γύρω από τον εαυτό του.”

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The original review of “Dante Notar – Oblio” is written in the native language that is spoken by the dedicated, for this song, Nagamag’s Neoclassical reviewer and followed by two translations*, of which the one depends from the country of origin of the artist “Dante Notar” (United Kingdom) and the other one is translated to a different language than original review and the country of origin of the artist.

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Nagamag unveils the mesmerizing composition “Oblio”, an extraordinary creation of harmony and creativity that “Dante Notar” offered to all of us. A Neoclassical song, which evoked an emotional voyage to our curator that desired to write down a unique review for “Dante Notar – Oblio”. What also sets this song among the featured choices of Nagamag is the way that “Oblio” is enriched with Solo Piano characteristics. “Dante Notar – Oblio” is a rich music creation that deserves to be listened to again and again. Nagamag is honored to share this detailed music review by one of our experienced reviewers for Neoclassical music compositions. As always, Nagamag keeps up evaluating Neoclassical songs from across the globe, ensuring that all Neoclassical enthusiasts around the world have access to these auditory treasures .

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Reviewed by Nagamag on February 21, 2024