Cassiano was a precursor of spirit music in Brazil, influencing early proponents from the design want Tim Maia. Among his strikes as writer/interpreter are “A Lua E European union” (with Paulo Zdanowski, 1976), that was included in a favorite cleaning soap opera, and “Coleção” (also created with Paulo Zdanowski), was contained in the cleaning soap opera Loco-motivas, which also got a theme through the instrumental spirit group Banda Dark Rio, “Maria Fumaça.” Being a composer, he previously strikes with “Mister Samba” (documented by Alcione), “Primavera” and “European union Amo Você” (by Tim Maia), and “Morena” (by Gilberto Gil). Marisa Monte, Djavan, Ed Motta, and various other performers paid homage to him on his Compact disc Cedo Ou Tarde (1991). At six, he shifted with his family members to Rio. He required mandolin and violão (classical guitar) lessons along with his dad. In 1964, he became a member of the Bossa Trio, later on Os Diagonais, an organization which supported him in several singles and on the LP Cada Um Na Sua 1971, RCA). In 1970, Tim Maia documented his “Primavera” and “European union Amo Você” (both with Sílvio Rochael) on Maia’s debut LP (which also experienced Cassiano on your guitar). Cassiano documented five additional LPs (among which continued to be unreleased) and Ed Motta individually organized his 1st compilation in 2001.