Milos’ Guitar

Latino Guitar!

Milos: Latino

This CD called “Latino” includes new arrangements for solo guitar and string orchestra of favorite Latin hits such as Gardel’s “Por una cabeza” (popular from the film Scent of a Woman), Piazzolla’s classic “Libertango” and “Oblivion”, and the folk hit “Quizás, Quizás, Quizás”

Solo tracks include Villa-Lobos’s Prelude no. 1, beautiful tremolo pieces by the ‘Chopin of the Guitar’ Augustin Barrios, and the tango that defines the genre, La cumparsita.

Here is the complete list of track titles:

Barrios Mangoré:

  • Un Sueno en la Floresta
  • Una limosna por el amor de Dios

Brouwer, L:

  • Un dia de Noviembre


  • Milonga


  • Tango en skaï


  • Quizás, quizás, quizás


  • Por Una Cabeza

Matos Rodriguez:

  • La Cumparsita

Morel, Jorge:

  • Dansa brasilera


  • Libertango
  • Oblivion

Ponce, M:

  • Scherzino Mexicano
  • Guitar Sonata No. 3: Chanson: Andantino molto espressivo


  • Escenas brasileñas (a gogo y batucada)


  • Prelude No. 1 in E minor
  • Mazurka

Performed by Miloš Karadaglić (guitar), and the Studioorchester der Europäischen FilmPhilharmonie, conducted by Christoph Israel

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” has sold over 150,000 copies worldwide.

The Times, on June 9, 2012 wrote the following:

  • “On this selection of Latin-American music, from Piazzolla and Villa-Lobos to lesser-known jewels by Brouwer and Dyens, he’s best when he lingers over the nostalgic harmonies. His technique and timbral variety are impressive, but some interpretations sound a little sanitised.”

The Independent wrote on the same day:

  • “Mingling the familiar with the technically exacting, it’s a programme designed to showcase both Miloš’s skills and his natural flamboyance…the delicate trills of Mangoré’s “Un Sueño en la Floresta”, like an insect skating across water, confirm his featherlight command of his instrument.”

Here is Miloš Karadaglić, guitar, talking about this music, and playing selections:



Tags: Miloš Karadaglić , guitar, Latino, Christoph Israel

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