Miltinho had an enormous success within the ’50s, building hits on a lot more than 100 recorded albums with tracks like “Recado” and “Devaneio,” “Murmúrio” (Djalma Ferreira/Luís Antônio), “European union e o Rio,” “Mulher de Trinta,” “Ri” (Luís Antônio), “Zé Marmita” (Luís Antônio/Brasinha), “Só Vou de Mulher,” “Meu Nome é Ninguém” (Haroldo Barbosa/Luís Reis), “Poema carry out Olhar” (Jair Amorim/Evaldo Gouveia), “Mulata Assanhada” (Ataulfo Alves), amongst others. He started as an amateur vocalist within the ’40s within the Cancioneiros perform Luar vocal group. His professional debut being a singer is at the Rádio Tupi. In 1946, he became a member of the Namorados da Lua. The next season, the group followed the vocalist Isaura Garcia for the strike “De Conversa em Conversa” (Lúcio Alves/Haroldo Barbosa), that was re-recorded 2 decades later on by João Gilberto. In 1948, he became a member of the Anjos perform Inferno, which toured the U.S. support Carmen Miranda. He worked well for just two years in Mexico carrying out on radio displays and in nightclubs. In 1952, he joined up with the Quatro Ases e Um Curinga, from the Orquestra Tabajara, and of the Milionários perform Ritmo. His 1st solo LP arrived in 1960, Um Novo Astro (Sideral). After 1966, his duet albums for Odeon with Elza Soares (four) and Dóris Monteiro (four) had been also top-sellers. In 1997, he documented another duet recording (Miltinho Sempre Sucessos, Globo/Columbia), carrying out with João Nogueira, Luís Melodia, João Bosco, Chico Buarque, Elza Soares, along with other performers. Commemorating his 54-12 months career, he documented Miltinho Convida, which include duets with Chico Buarque, Fafá de Belém, Nana Caymmi, Doris Monteiro, Elza Soares, Martinho da Vila, MPB-4, João Bosco, Emílio Santiago, João Nogueira, and Tito Madi.