In the ’70s, the choro experienced a revival through the combined efforts of Os Novos Baianos plus some journalists. The time dominated by popular censorship and insufficient possibilities for politics expression drew teenagers towards the country’s tradition, as well as the choro was one of the better genres for all those purposes, being truly a typically ethnic and for that reason patriotic practice. A crossbreed of samba group and choro local, A Fina Flor perform Samba was shaped in the middle-’70s as an organization to accompany the samba vocalist/composer Beth Carvalho. But since its inception, A Fina Flor created its parallel solo profession. Among traditional choros with contemporary preparations, the group dominated the choro picture from 1975 to 1976 with Ruy Quaresma’s originals and a previously unpublished waltz by Jacob perform Bandolim. It included Beth Ernst Dias (flute), Toni Botelho (bass), Alceu Maia (cavaquinho), Quaresma (violão as well as the group’s recruiter), and three samba percussionists, Juca, Ovídio, and Valter Paixão. The group, advertising ethnic and sociable variety among its rates, and the need from the modernization from the genre, was quickly dissolved, but offered like a pioneer and departure stage for children who achieved even more lasting professions in choro.