MILOS KARADAGLIC Mediterráneo CD + DVD

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MILOS KARADAGLIC
Mediterráneo

Werke von / Works by
Albéniz ˇ Domeniconi ˇ Granados
Llobet ˇ Theodorakis ˇ Tárrega

Bonus DVD: Documentary:
Milos - A journey + Music clips
Int. Release 26 Apr. 2011
1 CD + 1 DVD
0289 477 9338 0 1 CD + 1 DVD
DDD GH 2
Please note: The DVD is not available as a Download.


Liste de titres

CD 1: Mediterráneo

Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909)
Suite espańola, Op.47

edited by Michael Lewin

Francisco Tárrega (1852 - 1909)
Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909)
Suite espańola, Op.47

Transcr. Isaac Albéniz

Francisco Tárrega (1852 - 1909)
4.
0:00
2:04

Milos Karadaglic

Anonymus
Milos Karadaglic, English Chamber Orchestra, Paul Watkins

Francisco Tárrega (1852 - 1909)
6.
0:00
1:48

Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909)
Suite espańola, Op.47

edited by Michael Lewin

Carlo Domeniconi (1947 - )
Koyunbaba, Op. 19

11.
0:00
3:40

Mikis Theodorakis (1925 - )
Epitaphs

Francisco Tárrega (1852 - 1909)
Miguel Llobet (1878 - 1938)
Catalan Folk Songs

Enrique Granados (1867 - 1916)
Danzas espańolas, Op.37

edited by Michael Lewin

Milos Karadaglic

Durée totale de lecture 1:05:27

DVD 2: Mediterráneo

Carlo Domeniconi (1947 - )
Koyunbaba, Op. 19

1.
25:53

Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909)
Suite espańola, Op.47

edited by Michael Lewin

2.
1:44

Francisco Tárrega (1852 - 1909)
4.
2:04

Milos Karadaglic

Anonymus
Milos Karadaglic, English Chamber Orchestra, Paul Watkins

Isaac Albéniz (1860 - 1909)
Suite espańola, Op.47

edited by Michael Lewin

6.
1:39

Carlo Domeniconi (1947 - )
Koyunbaba, Op. 19

7.
3:39

Milos Karadaglic

Durée totale de lecture 41:41

Karadaglic is as driven and as talented [as Dominic Cooper], and has the faintly freakish edge you see in every world-class young talent . . .

. . . an uplifting tribute to a little-heard instrument.

. . . [Albéniz' "Asturias"] is delivered with poise and clarity, while the superb trilling triplets of Tárrega's "Recuerdos de la Alhambra" are perfectly measured.

The sudden emergence of this young Montenegrin guitarist is just what the guitar world needs right now. Milos Karadaglic is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of his instrument's repertoire . . . [The pieces] sound perfectly natural on the guitar, and Milos is already expanding the repertoire . . . effortlessly brilliant and deeply expressive . . .

Karadaglic can articulate rapidly with the best of them, but what stands out even in busy textures is an unshakably serene breadth of phrasing, fluent rhythm and unforced rubato. In Spanish music this is impressively idiomatic . . .

Lovers of the classical guitar have a new hero in the young Montenegran Milos Karadaglic, whose artistry is so compelling that it should win many new admirers . . The playing is lithe, subtle of timbre and transcendentally beautiful.

Supremely unhurried, unusually expressive . . . a crisp, engaging performance . . . Milos is at his best with the quiet . . . lovely.

. . . a well-filled disc . . . extremely thoughtful in selection, and making for an enjoyable hour-plus of listening. This young man has technique to burn . . . forthright and direct, exceptionally passionate . . . The Albeniz "Asturias" fares well under Milos's temperament, as exciting as you will ever hear it . . . significant readings . . . a beautifully-played recital that has a lot to offer . . . Milos gets an "A" for enthusiasm and brilliance of style, and it will be very interesting to chart his artistic course over the coming years.

. . . there are masterpieces here: classic arrangements of piano pieces from Albéniz's "Suite espagnola" and Granados's "Danzas espagnolas", dazzlingly played, and works by the contemporary composers Carlo Domeniconi and Mikis Theodorakis that emphasise the Islamic influence on this essentially Mediterranean music.

. . . extremely persuasive musicianship . . . Karadaglic is a thoughtful, intelligent artist, as supple in his phrasing as he is generous in his use of colour.

His stern temperament, combined with extraordinary virtuosic powers and a capacity to play with great feeling, make him a formidable musician. With almost impossibly fast-sounding tremolos and slashing chords, the "Asturias" by Isaac Albeniz is exhilarating. Karadaglic gives it a truly heated performance of deep Latin fervour; yet he is such a clean striker of the instrument that every tiny note is perfectly placed. His tremolo melody in Francisco Tarrega's equally well-known "Recuerdos de la Alhambra" is so beautifully shaped that it drifts like a summer breeze . . . Karadaglic plays each with passionate colour and a thorough understanding of their idiom . . . the young Montenegran and the English Chamber Orchestra give it such a lush performance that one cannot help loving it.

Listening to Mediterraneo, you can't hear that guitarist Milos Karadalic is only 28-years-old, but you can hear his dexterity in which he plays and feel the ease of the performance.

. . . Karadaglic [versteht] sein Handwerk. Seine Interpretationen sind stimmungsvoll, ruhig fließend und voller innerer Poesie.

. . . [der 28-Jährige beweist] sein Talent mit virtuosen Interpretationen ausgewählter Werke . . .

. . . ein auch schon mal beherzt und feurig zupackender Klassik-Gitarrist . . . ein mehr als nur vielversprechender Newcomer . . . eine exzellente Visitenkarte eines in allen Belangen reifen Musikers . . . Karadaglics Spiel besitzt alles, um besonders das Halbschattige in dieser Musikauswahl einzufangen. Rhythmisch fesselnd und im Dynamischen hochsensibel zu Werke gehend, entlockt er seiner Gitarre dabei genauso alle klangfarblichen Möglichkeiten wie eine warme, tonliche Fülle und Tiefe. Und nicht zuletzt ist es dieser Gestus des scheinbar spontanen Improvisierens, der selbst bei den vertrauten Gitarren-Oldies für eine anspringend neue Lebendigkeit sorgt.

Sein Album "Mediterráneo" begeistert Kritiker wie Massenpublikum . . . [eine] geistige Mittelmeerreise mit überzeugend sanfter, auch zupackender Musikalität, feiner Rubatotechnik und beherzt poetischem Virtuosentum . . . Milos ist es mit "Mediterráneo" gelungen, mit seiner klassischen Konzertgitarre etwas Interessantes zu schaffen. Der Zuhörer wird gefesselt von den Klängen . . . [DVD]: Man will ihm zusehen, Sonne tanken, akustisch wie optisch. Der deutsche Herbst darf also kommen.

Super schön gespielt, klanglich differenziert und hochmusikalisch, ohne jeden folkloristischen Drücker. Das weckt den Wunsch, den jungen Saitenkünstler bald einmal auch in anderem Repertoire zu hören.