Brazilian composer Octavio Pinto could very well be better remembered as the husband, from 1922 about, of the amazing and popular Brazilian pianist Guiomar Novaes. Pinto was actually not really a musician by trade, but in fact an architect having a flourishing business throughout Brazil. He do manage, nevertheless, to get some good piano lessons from your well-known Hungarian pianist Isidore Philipp (instructor also of Pinto’s wife when she was in the Paris Conservatoire) as a guy, and he released a relatively stable blast of music — personality and show items for single piano — until he passed away in 1950. Pinto’s most often-played little bit of music is definitely one created for and produced popular by his wife: Child years Remembrances (Scenas infantis, from 1932). Well-known in South American musical circles actually before marrying among that continent’s very best virtuosi, Pinto was a good friend of Heitor Villa-Lobos. The oft-made state, nevertheless, that Villa-Lobos made up his piano function Próle de bébé, Publication 1 honoring Pinto and Novaes’ two kids (child Anna Maria and child Luis Octavio) is definitely a dubious and untidy one: Villa-Lobos made up Próle de bébé in 1918, many years prior to the two wedded and had kids.