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Dalt Vila Cafe
  • Artist: Roberto Daiqui
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479694950
  • Item #: 1432619X
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 7/17/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Dalt Vila Cafe on CD

DALT VILA CAFE is a musical work as a result of a southern vision of someone who like many others has come from abroad, in this particular case, using a guitar as the main object to look through present and past emotions and images. Bossa, jazz, soul, rythm & blues, tango, latin, Spanish and classical music, a mixing of sound and races that you can discover just having a look around this cosmopolitan area of Ibiza. Roberto Daiqui Guitar Player, Composer, Producer. In 1979, it does already almost 30 years, he received of master teacher of guitar and solfeggio. Went on experiencing all these rules of conservatoire with some teachers in their materpieces of instrumentation, electroacoustic, composition and harmony, and He took part in international seminars in National Radio and in the Cultural Center St Martin of Buenos Aires; among them he mentions Ivo Malec, Marcelo Arce and Abel Carlevaro. Then he decided to break with all this orthodox hegemony and threw to the street, to feel the music freerly. He thinks the art has been done to liberate ourselves, a strange and terrible paradox would be to shut away inside it's rules. Then he met a guitar player who had a great influence in his later musical formation, the guitarist Oscar Emilio \'Cacho\' Tirao who taught him to play again with the music and to whom he owe everything what he knows of Astor Piazzolla because before being a soloist Cacho was a guitarist of the quintet of the brilliant Astor. He had a left hand that he could not discover in any other guitarist, maybe Joe Pass... In Argentina he strolled enough with the guitar to the shoulder, epochs of dictatorship and cultural difficult moments, he met impressive musicians of jazz in this epoch and that could not finance a menu. Today he resides in Ibiza, from 2001, and he is dedicated to the calm and creative work of the recording in the studio.