Saturday, August 4, 2012


“Karadaglić is a guitarist of superior musical and technical gifts who allows his personality to sing through the music with taste and intelligence. That being said, the target audience for 'Latino' isn't guitar's more those music-lovers who inhabit the periphery of the classical guitar repertoire...But 'Latino' is just so good that is deserves the widest possible audience. And, if the truth were to be known, I loved every minute of it.” --Gramophone Magazine, August 2012

Gramophone Magazine
Editor's Choice - August 2012

Latino includes new arrangements for solo guitar and string orchestra of favourite Latin hits such as Gardel’s Por una cabeza (popular from the film Scent of a Woman), Piazzolla’s classics Libertango and Oblivion, and the folk hit Quizás, Quizás, Quizás.

Solo tracks include Villa-Lobos’s Prelude no. 1 (one of Milos’ signature tunes heard in many of his concerts around the world), beautiful tremolo pieces by the ‘Chopin of the Guitar’ Augustin Barrios, and the tango that defines the genre, La cumparsita.

2011 was a great year for Miloš Karadaglić, he was Gramophone Magazine’s “Young Artist of the Year” and recipient of its Specialist Classical Chart Award. His Deutsche Grammophon debut album The Guitar (4779693), has sold over 150,000 copies worldwide.

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