Roberto McCausland Dieppa
Roberto McCausland Dieppa is a Colombian born/USA pianist, composer, conductor. At age of 15 he fused classical, jazz, rock, caribbean into classical music architecture in 'Sinfonia Latina' 1975-1976 birthing the genre Clasico caribe.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Dieppa' was born in Baranquilla, Colombia, portal city on the Magdalena River, mouth opening to the Caribbean Sea. Barranquilla is the main industrial, educational and cultural centre of the Colombian Caribbean Region and a haven for immigrants from Europe, the Middle East, Asia with African culture. The City is also Colombia's principal port. In this environment "Dieppa" developed as a "synesthetic" musical artist inspired by the Spanish Mediterranean musical language - afro- Caribbean rhythms, jazz and contemporary rock. With poetry inspired and based on Thales de Mileto, Greek philosopher- Mathematician, "Dieppa"combined sounds instruments, and themes in a way not heard before. Written for Caribbean orchestra ‘Sinfonia Latina’ composed from (September 1975-April 1976). The Concert produced by Mauricio Zapata (Midnight Sun Productions) Took place at the Municipal Theater, now, ‘Amira de la Rosa’ of Baranquilla with an eclectic audience of all ages and social strata: conservatives, liberals, progressives came together at the ‘Amira de la Rosa’ for the musical event.
References[edit | edit source]
- "SINFONÍA LATINA" (in español). Retrieved 2018-11-19.
- "Fanfare Magazine Archive of CD Reviews". fanfarearchive.com. Retrieved 2018-11-19.
- Petrel, Mary Ellen (2010). A century of making music. Arcadia publishing books. ISBN 9780738585635.
- "Roberto McCausland-Dieppa (81C) - Berry College". yumpu.com. Retrieved 2018-11-19.
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