Like a composer, João de Aquino had his tunes recorded by Clara Nunes, Elza Soares, Clementina de Jesus, Marlene, Aldir Blanc, Marisa Gata Mansa, Paulo César Pinheiro, and many other best artists. Also a mentioned instrumentalist at your guitar, he documented nine LPs overseas, together with his Brazilian types. Aquino played many times in European countries and in the U.S., where he performed many times like a soloist in the Madison Square Backyard. Aquino also worked well as musical movie director for major Television shows like Fantástico and Brasil Pandeiro (Television Globo) and published the soundtrack from the cleaning soap opera Dona Beija (Television Manchete). Like a maker, Aquino received many gold information for the albums where he proved helpful for Leny Andrade, Pery Ribeiro, Carlos Cachaça, Candeia, Monarco, Simone, Elza Soares, Carmem Costa, Roberto Ribeiro, Dicró, Jorginho perform Império, and Zezé Motta. In 1964, Aquino composed “Viagem,” with Paulo César Pinheiro, which would turn into a classic with an increase of than 60 recordings after Marisa Gata Mansa documented it in 1972 as an individual and, within the next calendar year, on her behalf debut LP from the same name. In 1969 he participated in the III Celebration Internacional da Canção/FIC (International Melody Celebration) with “Sagarana” (with Paulo César Pinheiro), performed by Maria Odete. In 1974, Paulo César Pinheiro documented his LP Paulo César Pinheiro with “Viagem” and “Sagarana.” Aquino after that toured U.S. and Canada using the present Festa Brasil as well as Simone as well as the group Viva Bahia, aimed by Hermínio Bello de Carvalho. In 1975, Roberto Ribeiro documented “Molejo” (with Hermínio Bello de Carvalho) on his homonymous LP. In 1977, Clara Nunes re-recorded the structure “Sagarana” on her behalf LP As Forças da Natureza. Another calendar year, Aquino documented his LP Terreiro Grande. In 1980, Elza Soares documented “Cobra Cainana” (with Hermínio Bello de Carvalho). In 1982, Clementina de Jesus, Elza Soares, Marlene, and Hermínio Bello de Carvalho documented his “Patuá” (with Carvalho) over the LP Hermínio Bello de Carvalho. In 1996, Aldir Blanc included “Canário da Terra” (Aquino/Blanc) for his Compact disc 50 Anos. In 1998, Aquino was the musical movie director and guitarist from the Compact disc Eterna Chama/Candeia, a tribute to Candeia. In 1999, Aquino followed Dorina in a number of displays in Rio. In the 1990s, Aquino organized Luís Melodia’s “Vale Quanto Pesa” for the documenting by the Clubão Vermelho. Marquinhos de Oswaldo Cruz’s 2000 record Uma Geografia Popular included “Maria de Todas as Graças” (Aquino/Oswaldo Cruz).