• On June 21st, Radamés performs his Concerto [nº 1], para piano e orquestra (for piano and orchestra, from 1934), the first world audition, at Municipal Theater, with the Municipal Orchestra, conducted by maestro Henrique Spedini.








Festa – Revista de arte e pensamento – 2nd phase – year I – August 1935 – nº 9 (RJ) ‘Radamés Gnattali – concert for piano and orchestra’, by Brasílio Itiberê.




  • RCA Victor presents the choros Saudoso and Tristonho, o choro-batuque Dengoso, the polka-choro Estilo da Vila [1], the waltzes Berenice e Entardecer and the arrangement of a popular theme from Rio Grande do Sul State, Prenda minha, interpreted by Almirante and Paulo Tapajós.



Radamés composes:

    • Alma Brasileira (choro), para piano e orquestra de cordas (transcription from the original piano solo)
    • Gaita, para piano e canto (third song from the series Três poemas de Augusto Meyer, writen in 1931, for voice and piano)
    • Sonata nº 1 para violoncelo e piano – dedicated to Iberê Gomes Grosso (for cello and piano)



  • Born in Rio de Janeiro, (Capital of Rio de Janeiro State, RJ) on March 28th, the poet, writer, composer, writer, composer and producer Hermínio Bello de Carvalho, responsible for major Brazilian artistic productions, such as shows, concerts, musical spectacles, phonographic recordings. As the Director of Popular Music Division at FUNARTE (Governmental Foundation of Arts), during the decades of 1970/80, Hermínio has created a important research core on Brazilian popular music, with supported the promotion of many cultural-artistic projects, that resulted concrete products, such as book editions, records, score publishing and musical spectacles.


  • Dies, in São Paulo (SP), Zequinha de Abreu (José Gomes de Abreu), composer of the famous choroTico-tico no fubá’.


  • Dies in Rio de Janeiro (Capital of Rio de Janeiro State, RJ) the pianist and composer Chiquinha Gonzaga (Francisca Edwiges Neves Gonzaga), to whom Radamés dedicated the 4º moviment of his work Retratos, for mandolin, with regional of choro ensemble and string orchestra, from1956.



  • Military rebellions break out in Rio Grande do Norte, Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro States. This political movement is known as Intentona Comunista.


  • Two more radio stations are inaugurated in Rio de Janeiro (Capital of Rio de Janeiro State, RJ): Tupi and Ipanema.



  • [1]  This polka-choro was recorded with the original title Estilo da Vila (Victor-33978b). In the instrumental parts of Sociedade Rádio Nacional (file number C-177) there is the title Estilo da Vida (Life style), but there is no score for the orchestration. The available parts are: piano (conductor’s guide), flute, clarinet, 2 violins (written on a staff) and bass.