• In December, violinist Olga Fossati, Radamés’ cousin and violin teacher, records three discs for Casa Edison (Odeon Record), in Rio de Janeiro[1].

Olga Fossati and her uncle Paschoal Fossati record, in Rio de Janeiro, three records for Casa Edson (Odeon Record), dated December 1913.

Pascoal Fossati, Radamés’ uncle, studied the cello and graduated in Belgium. He moved to the Federal Capital in the 1940s and joined the Symphony Orchestra of the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro, where he worked until he retired. He played very well, he was a very good musician, but he preferred to sit in the last row. He had a horror of showing up,’ remembers Aída Gnattali, his niece.

  • Born in Rio de Janeiro, poet, writer and composer Vinicius de Moraes (Marcus Vinicius da Cruz de Melo Moraes), author of the poem Operário em construção (Worker under construction), put to music by Radamés, in 1966, in the form of a popular cantata.
  • Singer, composer and broadcaster Paulo Tapajós is born in Rio de Janeiro (RJ). Together with Almirante, José Mauro, Haroldo Barbosa and Radamés, he formed the best artistic and musical production team at Rádio Nacional in the 1940s and 50s.

[1] Fonte: IMMuB [ https://immub.org/ ]