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Sony Classical
Release Date: October 13, 2022

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'Heartstrings' Documentary
1 Scarlatti: 1 Sonata in D minor K 32 2:52  
2 Vivaldi: Concerto for Flute, Strings and Basso continuo No. 2 in G minor RV 439 / Allegro 2:16  
3 Rameau: The Arts and the Hours 5:15  
4 George Frideric Handel: Suite de Pièces pour le Clavecin No. 1 HWV 434 / Menuet 4 :07  
5 Vivaldi: Concerto for 4 Violins, Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in B minor RV 580 / Allegro 3:53  
6 Weiss: Passacaille in D major WeissSW 18.6 3:36  
7 Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor K 466 (L 118) 5:12  
8 Vivaldi: Concerto for 4 Violins, Cello, Strings and Basso continuo in B minor RV 580 / Allegro 3:21  
9 Bach: Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004 / V Chaconne 15 :11  
10 Marcello: Concerto for Oboe, Strings and Basso continuo in D minor / II Adagio 3 :42  
11 Boccherini: Quintet for Guitar, 2 Violins, Viola and Cello No. 4 in D major G 448 / Fandango 3:50  
12 Weiss: Fantasie in C minor WeissSV9 2:20  
13 François Couperin: Les Barricades mystérieuses 3 :43  
14 Vivaldi: Trio Sonata for Violin, Lute and Basso continuo in C major RV 82 / Larghetto 3:51  
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MILOŠ - the superstar musician who has led today’s classical guitar revival, begins a new era in his exceptional career with a debut album for Sony Classical. Titled simply “Baroque”, the album presents MILOŠ’ carefully curated selection of baroque works especially transcribed and arranged for the guitar, both solo and in collaboration with Jonathan Cohen and his ensemble ‘Arcangelo’. The album will be released on October 13 and is set to enrich the unrivalled legacy of Sony Classical’s recordings of legendary guitarists, which boast John Williams and Julian Bream amongst others.

“Baroque” heralds a new milestone in MILOŠ’ career. “Since the very beginning of my life as a musician, I have been deeply inspired by the incredible variety and electrifying energy of the baroque repertoire. This golden era of music is mysterious and extraordinary, flamboyant, often endlessly lyrical, ultimately timeless. And yet within the classical guitar context, apart from J.S. Bach, I believe we have only ever managed to touch the surface. This very thought inspired me to, over the years, try and dig deeper, go beyond the obvious, experiment, collaborate and transcribe, to open a new door of possibilities for my instrument and its own baroque voice”. 

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