Miloš’ unveils the the theme to Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical, Stephen Ward.
The track will debut during the ITV1 tribute special Andrew Lloyd Webber: 40 Musical Years (Easter Sunday at 6:30 PM) and will be available exclusively on iTunes immediately after the performance.
Latino Gold is the continuation of Milos’ stunning 2012 album Latino. This special edition features the original album plus approximately 20 minutes of newly recorded material including classic Latin hits "Besame Mucho", "Girl from Ipanema", "Mas que nada" and "Somos Novios", all newly arranged for solo guitar by Sergio Assad as well as:
• Gustavo Santaolalla's "De Ushuaia a la Quaica" from the Motorcycle Diaries soundtrack
• A new radio and TV friendly short version of Ravel's Bolero, arranged for solo guitar and orchestra
• A new recording of the original Libertango arrangement
2. Mas que nada
3. Besame mucho
4. The Girl From Ipanema
5. Somos Novious
6. De Ushuaia a la Quiaca
8. Danza Brasilera
9. Prelude No.1 in E minor for Guitar
11. Tango en Skaï
12. Por una cabeza
13. Un Sueño en la Floresta
14. Aria (Cantilena)
15. Un dia de noviembre
16. Quizás, quizás, quizás
18. Scherzino Mexicano
19. 2. Canción. Andante
20. Una limosna por el amor de Dios
Miloš Karadaglić‘s debut recording on Deutsche Grammophon is an album saluting his instrument’s Mediterranean heritage. His love-affair with the guitar began when he was eight, when his father played him a recording of Segovia making magic with Albeniz’s “Asturias”. This record features music from Miloš’ Montenegran homeland, from the Balkans and from Spain, and features composers such as Granados, Domeniconi, Tárrega and Albéniz.
Mediterraneo is the international release of Miloš debut album.
Recorded live at the iTunes Festival in London’s legendary Roundhouse on July 15th 2010.
Miloš has chosen a selection of solo works including Villa-Lobos’ Prelude no. 1 and Browser´s Un dia de noviembre as well as new arrangements for solo guitar and string orchestra of Gardel’s Por una cabeza, Piazzolla’s classics Libertango and Oblivion and the folk hit Quizás, Quizás, Quizás.