The Coisas Nossas group, formed in the mid-’70s by among the better Carioca musicians from the choro genre, performs songs from your ’20s and ’30s interspersed with comic sketches, and originals, and continues to be dealing with João de Barro, Marlene, Miúcha, Eduardo Dusek, as well as others, with excellent reviews. The group, whose name was extracted from a Noel Rosa samba, debuted on Oct 13, 1975, in the PUC University or college (Rio de Janeiro) using the tribute display Noel Rosa, that was later on also performed in public areas schools. Within the next 12 months, the group inaugurated the Artwork Museum of Campo Grande in Rio de Janeiro using the display Novos Músicos Tocam Velhos Mestres, interpreting compositions by Pixinguinha, Noel Rosa, and Ary Barroso. In 1977, the Coisas Nossas supported Marlene in the João Caetano theatre for the Seis e Meia task. Within the next 12 months, they documented originals for the soundtrack from the film Cidade Mulher (Humberto Mauro). Also in 1978, the group participated once again in the Seis e Meia task, performing the display Homenagem ao Sinhô in Rio. Four years later on, they performed with Marlene in the display Na Boca perform Povo in the Funarte hall; it had been considered the very best display of the entire year by a number of the critics. In 1983, the group come up with the present Araci de Almeida e Coisas Nossas on the Carlos Gomes movie theater. Also that season, the Coisas Nossas performed with João de Barro and Miúcha in the tribute present Viva Braguinha. The same season the group, with João de Barro, Miúcha, and Eduardo Dusek, provided Viva Braguinha on the Municipal Movie theater during the wedding ceremony celebrating the delivery from the Shell award to João de Barro. In 1987, through the 50th wedding anniversary of Noel Rosa’s loss of life, the Coisas Nossas performed Noel Rosa Não Morre Tão Cedo at Funarte Hall. The group comprises Aluísio Didier (electric guitar/tone of voice); Beto Cazes (percussion/tone of voice); Carlos Didier (electric guitar/tone of voice); Edgar Gonçalves (flute/sax/tone of voice); Henrique Cazes (cavaquinho/tone of voice); José Carlos Rodrigues (piano/tone of voice), and Oscar Bolão (pandeiro/tone of voice).