Well known pianist, composer, and orchestra director J. Aimberê published, among numerous others, “Quilômetro 2,” contained in the 1st album documented by Orlando Silva for RCA Victor (1935). His prolific functions comprise a lot of pieces in lots of different styles, from cançõsera and sambas to operettas and burlettas. He began his piano research very early, with 18 required his teacher’s place in the Large Life Movie theater in São Paulo, SP. In the same 12 months, he relocated to Vitória, Sera, to immediate a movie theater orchestra in the Teatro Melponeme. After an arson consumed the theatre, he started to create songs, included in this the toada “Jabuticaba” (documented by Gastão Formenti in 1929) as well as the samba “Gosto muito de ti” (documented by Dora Brasil in 1930). He published many musical scripts for revues like Onde Está o Gato? (1927) and, in the next 12 months, the burletta Noite de Reis (with J. Soares). In 1929, he published the samba “A Jura Que Me Fizeste” (with João Jório), documented by Arnaldo Pescuma, as well as the march “Paulicéia.” In the same 12 months, he previously his biggest revue achievement with Mineiro Com Botas, with cooperation by Martinez Grau, J. Tomás, yet others (lyrics by Marques Porto and Luís Peixoto). Also in 1929, he had written the revue Vai Haver o Diabo with Lamartine Babo and Martinez Grau (lyrics by Alfredo Breda and Jerônimo de Castilho). In 1931, he shifted to Rio, employed as conductor for the Roulien Business. Then he proved helpful, also as conductor, for the Genésio Arruda Business in the present Moinho de Jeca, including many of his compositions. For the reason that season, Otília Amorim documented his sambas “Nego bamba” and “European union sou feliz.” In 1932, he had written the operetta Uma falação de caboclo with Pixinguinha and De Chocolat, amongst others (libretto by De Chocolat/Duque). In the same season, he worked being a conductor for Companhia Brasileira de Revistas. 2 yrs later, he had written the music for Viriato Correia’s humor Coisinha Boa (with Joubert de Carvalho). In 1936, he constructed Ganhou Mas Não Leva, a revue with lyrics by Otávio Rangel and Milton Amaral, as well as the operetta Sinhô perform Bonfim (libretto by Paulo Orlando). Within the next season, he was employed being a conductor with the Alda Garrido business, and in 1938 had written the operetta Brasil Caboclo (lyrics by Vicente Marchelli, José Luiz Calazans, and Humberto Miranda). Within the next season, two revues got his tracks: A Vida Assim é Melhor (with Pixinguinha, lyrics by Paulo Orlando and De Chocolat) and O Que é Que a Baiana Tem?, with lyrics by Henrique Fernandes. He also had written the tracks for the operettas Tutu Marambaia (1939) and Operating-system Fidalgos da Casa Mourisca (1940). Using the Companhia Teatral Casa de Caboclo (developed by Duque in 1932), he performed internationally.