Having created the instrumental valse “Rapaziada perform Brás” at age group 15, Alberto Marino became famous following its documenting in 1927 by his Sexteto Bertorino Alma. In 1925 he was among the founders from the Rádio Educadora Paulista where he provided displays. His most effective compositions had been “Luar de São Paulo” (with Alberto Júnior), “Senhoritas perform Brás,” “O Amor Que Faz Viver” (with Judas Isgorogota), “Meigo Olhar,” “Amarga Serenata” (with Jorge Amaral), and “Tudo Passa” (with Marcino Marelo). From 1931 to 1932 he was A&R for Arte-Fone information. Graduated being a violinist, composer, and conductor, he was a teacher of the Play and Music Conservatory of São Paulo and conductor from the Municipal Symphonic Orchestra of São Paulo and of the orchestra from the Colombo movie theater. In 1960 his boy Alberto Marino Júnior had written lyrics for “Rapaziada perform Brás,” documented within the same yr by Carlos Galhardo.