Anna Prohaska (soprano), Ksenija Sidorova (accordion), Milo? Karadaglic (guitar)
composed by Anonymous, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Astor Piazzolla, Consuelo Velázquez, Gustavo Santaolalla, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Jorge Ben, Luigi Boccherini, Maurice Ravel, Osvaldo Farrés
Milos, whose real name is Milos Karadaglic, comes from Montenegro and has the good looks to sustain a booklet comprising exclusively pictures of ... Show synopsis Milos, whose real name is Milos Karadaglic, comes from Montenegro and has the good looks to sustain a booklet comprising exclusively pictures of himself (there is a track list, but no text). Milos studied in London and has named Julian Bream as an influence. He lives up to that name-drop with crisp, elegant playing. The single-name titles of his albums, Mediterráneo and now Canción, might put you off, but these are superior examples of their type. Consider the way Milos puts together his Latin-flavored program here: it deepens as it goes along, and it never devolves into mere exercise or sentimental manipulation. His choice of arrangements is as strong as his playing itself. Milos opens with a quartet of popular song arrangements by one of the great South American guitarists, Sergio Assad. Then he offers a unique version of Astor Piazzolla's Libertango that required work from no fewer than three arrangers. It's not exactly a version for guitar and orchestra but rather a guitar piece embellished with...