Self-taught, developed his technique playing chorinhos, frevos light and music she heard on the radio. At 15 he was already performing as a soloist on radio programs that sponsored his instrument manufacturers in various stations in Rio. In Radio Nacional of Rio de Janeiro met the maestro Guerra Peixe and he studied harmony, counterpoint, composition and orchestration. Rildo Time has traveled widely playing his organ.
Portugal, France, USSR, Romania, Bulgaria, Argentina, Angola and Mozambique. In 1992, the United States, his CD "Espraiado" (Milestone), was considered by critics as one of the top ten Latin Jazz in the industry, because of the Brazilian way that lends to his performances in the organ. It is a composer, arranger and record producer with many awards. Recently (2000/2001/2002) won the Latin Grammy for his work as producer and arranger disc Zeca Pagodinho, with whom he has worked since 1996. It is considered the main producer and arranger samba responsible for blockbusters Martinho da Vila, ZecaPagodinho, Grupo Fundo de Quintal, Beth Carvalho, Dudu Nobre, Dona Ivone Lara and many other great artists such as John Bosco, Luiz Gonzaga Fagner and Project Home of Samba. The Concerto for Harmonica and Orchestra by Villa-Lobos has been presented by him in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and Vitoria taking as regents David Machado, Ernani Aguiar Leonardo and Bruno. With the harmonica and piano reduction made by Villa-Lobos, along with Lais Figueiró Rildo performed in various concert halls playing this work of the great Brazilian master. War Fish wrote for him in 1987 "Four Things" for harmonica and piano that was featured in Panorama of Contemporary Music in 1989 later the piece was orchestrated for strings and harp by master and was executed by Rildo time in many recitals as a conductor with Ernani Aguiar. The composer and singer has two new major projects - "Street Organ and String Quartet" and "Concerto for Harmonica and Piano." Rildo has played in duos, trios, etc.
with a large number of renowned musicians - Luiz Eça, Mauro Senise, Sebastião Tapajós, Marco Pereira, Manoel da Conceição, Altamiro Carrilho, Marco Pereira, Misael da Hora, Leandro Braga, Henrique Cazes, John Lyra, teachers and Christopher Gilson Bastos Peranzetta, Ruth Serrão, Maria Teresa Madeira, with whom he recorded the CD "Street Organ and Piano" are names with which Rildo had the pleasure of sharing the stage in memorable instrumental music recitals. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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