MUSIC

'NOTES OF LOVE'  OUT NOW!! 

 

notes of love...

Leading West End talents Oliver Savile (Wicked), Siubhan Harrison (Guys and Dolls), Rob Houchen (Les Miserables), Sharon Sexton (Bat Out Of Hell), Stuart Matthew Price (Rocky Horror Show), Jodie Steele (Heathers) and Sooz Kempner (Get On With It) sing a collection of original Musical Theatre ballads by Oliver Boito, ranging from the epic to the intimate, each with its own story representing love found, lost, defended, sacrificed and celebrated.

Performed by some of the West End’s leading artists, Notes Of Love is Oliver’s debut EP of original compositions in collaboration with orchestrator Simon Nathan, and producer/arranger Joe Davison from Auburn Jam studios.

Notes Of Love is an exploration into the power of song to express the inexpressible, and touch on the emotive forces and impact of love in its many guises.

The songs range from epic and timeless orchestral arrangements to the more contemporary purity of piano and solo string, each composed to deliver evocative stories, melodies and emotions that stir imagination and grab the heart.

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Oliver Boito knows how to write a tune. With sensational orchestrations from Simon Nathan and stunning work from West End vocalists, wrap your ears around this epic EP.” - Freddie Tapner, principal conductor and founder of London Musical Theatre Orchestra

"Beautiful songs! What lovely melodies & sweeping emotions. Cracking vocals too" - Simon Greiff, West End director

"My only criticism of this EP is that it just isn't long enough" - West End Wilma, Theatre critic

SONG LIST:

1. I'll Always Stay - performed by Stuart Matthew Price & Siubhan Harrison - CLICK LINK to download Piano/Vocal sheet music PDF. Copyright rules apply

2. I've Finally Met You - performed by Oliver Savile - CLICK LINK to download Piano/Vocal sheet music PDF. Copyright rules apply

3. Sometimes - performed by Sharon Sexton & Sooz Kempner - Sheet music available soon

4. Alone - performed by Rob Houchen - Sheet music available soon

5. Why Do I Lose The Ones I Love? - performed by Jodie Steele - CLICK LINK to download Piano/Vocal sheet music PDF. Copyright rules apply

COPYRIGHT:

Copyright Oliver Boito 2017. All Rights Reserved. Unauthorised copying, arranging, adapting, recording or public performance of these works is an infringement of copyright, liable under the law.

Available to buy here:  

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Download the DIGITAL BOOKLET PDF:  CLICK TO DOWNLOAD

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Nadim Naaman & Charlotte Wakefield perform ‘I’ll Always Stay’

at Live At Zedel West End concert, 2018

Oliver Savile performs ‘I’ve Finally Met You at Live At Zedel West End concert, 2018

CHRISTINA BENNINGTON PERFORMS ‘WHY DO I LOSE THE OENS I LOVE?’

AT LIVE AT ZEDEL WEST END CONCERT 2018



'I'LL ALWAYS STAY' - PERFORMED BY STUART MATTHEW PRICE & SIUBHAN HARRISON

'I'VE FINALLY MET YOU' - PERFORMED BY OLIVER SAVILE

'SOMETIMES' - PERFORMED BY SHARON SEXTON & SOOZ KEMPNER

'ALONE' - PERFORMED BY ROB HOUCHEN

'WHY DO I LOSE THE ONES I LOVE?' - PERFORMED BY JODIE STEELE

'NOTES OF LOVE' TASTER

 

***** 'My only criticism of this EP is that it just isn't long enough' - West End Wilma, theatre critic

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praise for 'notes of love'

Oliver Boito knows how to write a tune. With sensational orchestrations from Simon Nathan and stunning work from West End vocalists, wrap your ears around this epic EP.” - Freddie Tapner, principal conductor and founder of London Musical Theatre Orchestra

"Beautiful songs! What lovely melodies & sweeping emotions. Cracking vocals too" - Simon Greiff, West End director

"I played this to my agent, he LOVED it, and he doesn't love anything" - Oliver Savile, West End leading man

"Let me just say that I thought it sounded beautiful.  I’m super proud to be on the album" - Stuart Matthew Price, West End leading man

"My only criticism of this EP is that it just isn't long enough" - West End Wilma, Theatre reviewer and blogger