- Performer:Miroslav Tadic
- Title:Without Words
- Style:Guitar/New Age
- Date of release:June 13, 2000
- Recording date:March, 1992
- Recording location:Harmony Hall, Matsumoto, Japan
- Size FLAC version1822 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1257 megabytes
- Size WMA version1245 megabytes
- Formats:AAC DTS APE VQF AC3 AA
Guitar, Bass Guitar – Miroslav Tadić. Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Peter Epstein.
Harmony Hall, Matsumoto, Japan.
Miroslav Tadić, Peter Epstein - Without Words (CD, Album). Dusan Bogdanovic with Miroslav Tadic & Malisa Draskoci. Dusan Bogdanovic with Miroslav Tadic & Malisa Draskoci - Levantine Tales (CD, Album). Rade Šerbedžija, Miroslav Tadić - Imam Pjesmu Za Tebe (Album). Rade Šerbedžija & Miroslav Tadić.
Miroslav Tadić, born 1959. is a guitarist, composer, improviser and music educator of Serbian origins. Miroslav Tadić is a classically trained guitarist from the former Yugoslavia who is widely admired both for the individuality of his performance style as well as for his fluency in a variety of different musical idioms.
Without Words is the first remix album by California-based worship collective Bethel Music, and it is also the fifth album overall to be released. The album was released on March 5, 2013 by the group's imprint label, Bethel Music alongside Integrity Music. Garrett Viggers and Gabriel Wilson produced the album together. The album is an entirely remixed instrumental collection of select songs previously released by Bethel Music in an effort to explore "what it is to worship- without words.
Tadic's records characteristically mix classical and traditional folk music covering a wide range of traditions and geographies. The seamless, flowing selection contains classical and folk musics from the Balkan's region. The album starts with "Three Romanian Folk Dances" by classical composer Bela Bartok and Erik Satie's "Gnossiene 1" which was initially inspired by traditional Romanian music. Pajdusko Oro" is a popular wedding dance in Macedonia and Tadic has already recorded this track on the duet album with Epstein Without Words (MA Recordings, 1992). This dance is usually played on an accordion and this duet's version features a wonderful interplay where the instruments chase each other. The duo also performs a lovely take on "Kales Bre Angjo" where the two play with such serene authority that the listener is almost afraid to take a breath until the 3-minute track is over.
Without Words (with Peter Epstein) (. Keys to Talk By (with Dusan Bogdanovi, Mark Nauseef) (. Snake Music (with Jack Bruce, David Torn, Mark Nauseef) (Cmp, 1994). The Old Country (with Howard Levy, Mark Nauseef) (. Baby Universe (with Jadranka Stojakovi) (Omagatoki, 1996). Still Light (with Markus Stockhausen, Mark Nauseef) (.
See a detailed Miroslav Tadić timeline, with an inside look at his albums & more through the years. Imam Pjesmu Za Tebe is a 2008 album by Rade Šerbedžija and Miroslav Tadić. Without Words released.
CreditsPeter Epstein - Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Manuel de Falla - Composer
Todd Garfinkle - Engineer, Jacket Design, Mastering, Producer
Yukio Kojima - Editing, Mastering
Lakshminarayana Shankar - Composer
Miroslav Tadic - Arranger, Composer, Guitar (Classical), Primary Artist
|1||Pred Putovanje- Before the Journey Peter Epstein / Miroslav Tadic||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||3:44|
|2||Lusing Peter Epstein||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||5:01|
|3||Zajdi Zajdi- Set, Set You Clear Sun||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||8:32|
|4||Pajduska||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||9:03|
|5||Jesen Je - It's Autumn Miroslav Tadic||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||5:18|
|6||Walktalk Peter Epstein||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||5:40|
|7||Lady L Lakshminarayana Shankar||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||7:26|
|8||Suling Peter Epstein||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||2:21|
|9||Nana Manuel de Falla||Miroslav Tadic feat: Peter Epstein||7:02|