Guitar – Miroslav Tadić. Guitar – Vlatko Stefanovski. 96 kHz Digital Recording, june, 1997 Inside the Macedonium Monument, Krushevo, Macedonia. Excellent guitars sound. After this I discovered Miroslav Tadic - guitar virtuoso. Recommend! Reply Notify me Helpful.
Only for completionists (0%). This is the first album in series with Vlatko's collaboration with classically-trained guitarist Miroslav Tadic. Collaboration (and album itself) was (and still is) a huge success in countries of former Yugoslavia (and not only there), partly because of Stefanovski's comeback to the musical scene, and partly because.
Vlatko and Miroslav promoted the album with three concerts at the HI-FI '98 fair in Los Angeles and at Skopje Jazz Festival '98. Vlatko played at 2nd Sarajevo Jazz Fest 1998 with his Trio and at 5th Sarajevo Jazz Fest 2001 with Miroslav Tadic. In 1999 they played the Sava Centar Hall in Belgrade and recorded their "Live in Belgrade" CD which came out in March 2000. Collaboration (and album itself) was (and still is) a huge success in countries of former Yugoslavia (and not only there), partly because of Stefanovski's comeback to the musical scene, and partly because collaboration of these two skilled guitarist turned out to be a perfect amalgam of something completely new on world-music scene.
Listen to music from Vlatko Stefanovski & Miroslav Tadić like More sokol pie, Sanoc sedam Treno & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Vlatko Stefanovski & Miroslav Tadić. He currently splits his time playing with his Vlatko Stefanovski Trio, in an acoustic partnership with Miroslav Tadić or composing for film and theatre.
Named for a little town in Macedonia, 1999's Krushevo reflects the heritage and inventiveness of Vlatko Stefanovski and Miroslav Tadic, two of the region's finest guitarists. Recorded inside the Makedonium, a Macedonian monument located in Krushevo, the album has a cavernous, otherworldly sound unlike many other guitar-based world music albums. Haunting and historically rich, Krushevo's beauty comes.
The second album was a live performance of the album, titled Live in Belgrade, where Krushevo was taken to a different plain, portraying the way the material has advanced and matured through its many reincarnations in auditoriums worldwide. Because of its strategic position within the Balkans region, Macedonia represents a real melting pot of various musical and cultural traditions and heritages that has been brewing for centuries. Vlatko Stefanovski-Nylon, steel string & Dobro guitars; Miroslav Tadic-Nylon string and baritone guitars; Theodosii Spasov-Kaval; Produced by Vlatko Stefanovski & Miroslav Tadic. Track Listing: 1. Sanoc Sedam Treno; 2. Ne si go prodavaj Koljo. Personnel: Vlatko Stefanovski - Nylon, steel string & Dobro guitars Miroslav Tadic - Nylon string and baritone guitars Theodosii Spasov - Kaval Produced by Vlatko Stefanovski & Miroslav Tadic.
Vladimir "Vlatko" Stefanovski is a Macedonian ethno-rock jazz fusion guitar player. Born in Prilep on 24 January 1957, he started playing guitar at the age of 13. Stefanovski was one of the founding members of Leb i sol with whom he recorded 13 albums between 1978 and 1991. He currently splits his time playing with his VS Trio, in an acoustic partnership with Miroslav Tadić or composing for film and theatre. Dramatist Goran Stefanovski was his brother.
Krushevo (with Miroslav Tadić) is a world fusion music album recording by VLATKO STEFANOVSKI released in 1998 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
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|7||Dafino Vino Crveno||4:47|
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Guitar [Dobro] – Vlatko StefanovskiGuitar [Yamaha Steel String] – Miroslav Tadić
Guitar [Dobro] – Vlatko Stefanovski
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