• Radamés identity sheet, enlisted at the War Shot in Porto Alegre (RS), on January 6th.



certificado de reservista




Radamés finally receives his Golden Medal (Araújo Vianna Award), rewarded three years before at the final exam at the Conservatory. Aída Gnattali states: “Radamés was the only student that had obtained the maximum grade: 60 points. So far and after his prize, Nise Obino was the only one to make it so brilliantly”.



  • Odeon Records comes out with the first supplement of Brazilian Records electrically registered. At 21 years old, Radamés participates as an accompanist pianist for Anselmo Slatopolsky (violin) in many recordings.





SUVENIER – Franz Drdla
Violin solo – Anselmo Zlatopolsky
Piano: Radamés Gnattali
Odeon, 10041-b (1927)






  • Born in January 25th, in Rio de Janeiro (Capital of Rio de Janeiro State, RJ), the composed, pianist, arranger and lyric writer Tom Jobim (Antônio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim), to whom Radamés dedicates, in 1975, the gallop Meu amigo Tom Jobim (My friend Tom Jobim) [1]. In retribution Tom dedicates to Radamés the choro Meu amigo Radamés. 



Radamés composes:

    • Romance (sem palavras)  (Romance without words) for piano solodedicated to Vera, his fiancee.






  • In the United States, the world première of the first spoken movie, a feature film, produced by Warner Brothers, The Jazz Singer, by Alan Crosland, starring Al Jolson.



  • [1]  In 1971, Radamés composes Musiquinha para bis (Little song for bis) inspired by the theme “Domingo azul no mar” (Blue Sunday by the sea), by Tom Jobim ans Newton Mendonça, and dedicates it to Guanabara Quartet. In 1975, Radamés composes this piece, with the definite title Meu amigo Tom Jobim and he records it at Odeon, with his sextet and string orchestra.  Visit the website Antonio Carlos Jobim –  http://www.jobim.org/