Antônio Lago wrote probably one of the most praised Brazilian tracks from the mid-’40s, “Deslumbramento” (lyrics by Raimundo Lopes). Documented by Francisco Alves, it christened a broadly well-known Rádio Nacional cleaning soap opera and in addition was its theme. Lago also composed other compositions, three of these were recorded with the vocalist Roberto Vilmar. Shifting to Rio de Janeiro from his hometown in 1906, Lago devoted himself towards the music of movie theater, having been asked to immediate the choir from the Teatro Digestive tract, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lago’s kid, Mário Lago, became a well-known composer, lyricist, professional, and writer.