A author of many MPB strikes, Abel Silva graduated in Books in the Condition University or college of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and taught Brazilian Books at PUC and UFRJ universities through the ’70s. He also was an editor from the Opinião every week in 1972, and in 1975 he released, with Capinam, the Anima mag, which got as contributors Glauber Rocha, Ferreira Gullar, yet others. In 1974, he became familiar with vocalist/songwriter Fagner, for whom he had written “Asa Partida.” Since that time, he would end up being known principally being a lyricist, regardless of his three books. His initial composition to become documented was “Jura Secreta” (with Sueli Costa) by Simone (who also documented afterwards “Alma,” through the same duo). “Raios de Luz” (with Cristóvão Bastos) was documented in British by Barbra Streisand. Various other interpreters that documented his tracks are Gal Costa (“Festa perform Interior,” with Moraes Moreira), Elis Regina, Ângela Rô Rô (“Simples Carinho,” with João Donato), Emílio Santiago, Nana Caymmi (“Brisa perform Mar,” with João Donato), Zizi Possi, Luiz Gonzaga, João Bosco (“Desenho de Giz” and “Quando o Amor Acontece,” by Bosco/Silva), Nelson Gonçalves, Nara Leão, and Fagner (“Amor Escondido” and “Sangue e Pudins,” by Fagner/Silva), amongst others.