Among the initial professional saving performers of Brazil, Eduardo das Neves enjoyed country wide success through the entire 16 many years of his saving career. A few of his compositions became classics and experienced wide publicity, having been documented by other performers. He became well-known being a clown since his apparition in 1895 as Palhaço Negro, Diamante Negro, Dudu das Neves, and Crioulo Dudu. He released his initial poetry reserve in 1900 (O Cantor de Modinhas, Livraria Quaresma, Rio de Janeiro RJ), shortly accompanied by O Trovador da Malandragem (around 1903) and Mistérios perform Violão (1905). Neves toured Brazil on many occasions, executing his comic action and performing his very own compositions, associated himself in the violão (classical guitar). Some of these songs became nationwide strikes after he documented them for Casa Edison, for he was an associate of the 1st band of professional documenting performers of Brazil, as well as Cadete, Nozinho, Baiano, and Mário Pinheiro. A few of his biggest strikes had been “Homenagem a Santos Dumont” (documented by Baiano in 1902), “Perdão Emília,” and “Minas Gerais,” his edition for the Neapolitan track “Vieni Sul Mar.” He performed “Homenagem a Santos Dumont,” his most common track, in homage towards the aviation pioneer after his introduction in Brazil. The homage (structured like a serenata) was recognized on Sept 7, 1903, and in addition had the involvement of Sátiro Bilhar, Quincas Laranjeiras, Chico Borges, Ventura Careca, Mário Cavaquinho, Galdino Cavaquinho, João Riper, José Cavaquinho, Irineu de Almeida, Alfredo Leite, Passos, Geraldo, Felisberto Marques, Luís de Souza, Licas, Villa-Lobos, and Sinhô. The initial song he documented was “A Gargalhada,” contained in Casa Edison’s initial catalog of 1902. Until his demise in 1919, Neves documented many plates, in different styles. The 1913, his catalog credits him using the cançonetas “Operating-system Reclamantes” and “A Reforma,” the folkloric theme “Suçu Sossega” and “Feijoada Completa” (both in duet with Baiano), as well as the lundus “Amor No Sertão” and “Caboclo perform Norte.” The Feb 1913 catalog gets the modinha “O Meu Segredo,” the canção “Vem Cá, Morena,” the lundu “O Mendigo,” and many others. Being a vocalist, his biggest successes had been the canção “Minas Gerais,” the modinha “Estela,” the lundu “O Soldado Que Perdeu a Parada,” “Homenagem a Santos Dumont,” “Perdão Emília,” yet others. A lot of his recordings had been performed in duet or choir with Baiano, Mário Pinheiro, Nozinho, Risoleta, Isaura Lopes, and Nina Teixeira.