Mário Lago, excelling in a number of other fields aside from the popular music, wrote common marchinhas of carnival and various other immortal music like “Oh, Que Saudades da Amélia” and “Atire a Primeira Pedra.” Preferring to record much less but to protect quality, his creation was kept little but valuable. Lago was documented by performers like Carmen Miranda (“Aurora” became a global strike), Francisco Alves, Carlos Galhardo, Joel e Gaúcho, Ataulfo Alves, Nora Nei, Jorge Goulart, Deo, and many more. Kid of conductor Antônio Lago, he released his initial poem, “Revelação,” on the Fon-Fon newspaper in 1926. He examined piano with Lucília Villa-Lobos before seventh quality. In 1933, he begun to compose theatrical revues. With Álvaro Pinto, he composed Figa de Guiné and Grande Estréia. The initial lyrics had been for Custódio Mesquita’s melody “Menina, European union Sei de Uma Coisa,” documented by Mário Reis in 1936. In 1937, he composed (once again with music by Custódio) the fox trot “Nada Além,” that was immortalized by Orlando Silva, afterwards receiving many re-recordings. Also with Custódio as his partner, he composed some music for revues enacted in the well-known showroom Casa de Caboclo. Being a composer, his initial melody was “Devolve” (1940), documented by Carlos Galhardo. He previously one of is own biggest hits for the reason that calendar year with “Aurora” (with Roberto Roberti), documented by Joel e Gaúcho. The melody was a huge hit in following year’s carnival and became a global strike as Carmen Miranda’s interpretation, becoming contained in her regular repertory. In 1942 he had written a different one of his very best strikes, “Ai Que Saudades da Amélia,” with Ataulfo Alves. 2 yrs later on, he had written another of his immortal strikes, “Atire a Primeira Pedra,” using the same partner. For the reason that calendar year, he opened up his profession as radioman, getting employed by Rádio Skillet Americana (São Paulo SP), and in 1945, by Nacional (Rio). In 1948, he proceeded to go for Mayrink Veiga, in 1949 for Bandeirante (São Paulo), and in 1950 for Nacional. In the air, he performed a number of different duties, as producer, article writer, host, and professional. As an professional, he also proved helpful in theatre, starting with O Sábio in 1942, accompanied by several other takes on. In 1953, he developed another achievement, “É Tão Gostoso, Seu Moço,” with Chocolates, documented by Nora Ney. Using the same partner, he’d create his last strike in 1962, the samba “Três Sorrisos.” In the movie theater, he acted in the movies Balança Mas Não Cai (1953), Glauber Rocha’s Terra em Transe (1967), and São Bernardo (1973). He in addition has had achievement in TV, employed in many shows in varied genres, from excellent time cleaning soap operas and laughter to crisis, since his starting in 1954 at TV-Rio. Gilberto Gil paid tribute to him using the music “O Mar E O Lago.” With many books released, he also got his biography compiled by Mônica Veloso (Mário Lago – Boêmia e Política, Editora Fundação Obtainúlio Vargas, Rio).