A most successful composer, arranger, manufacturer, and harmonica participant, Rildo Hora was awarded many times using the Prêmio Clear. His songs have already been documented by Elis Regina (“O Bem perform Amor,” on her behalf eponymous record), Luíz Gonzaga (“Chico Valente”), Ciro Monteiro (“Luciana e o Mar”), Clara Nunes (“A Estrela e o Astronauta”), Maria Creuza (“Janelas Azuis” and “Em fun??o de Falar a Verdade”), Tamba Trio (“Visgo de Jaca”), Martinho da Vila (“Andando de Banda,” “Negros Odores,” “Quiproquó,” “Transando em Nova York,” “Por Causa de um Cheiro de Amor”), and Elizete Cardoso (“Prezado Amigo”). Being a musician, he provides performed, documented, and toured with Dóris Monteiro, Sílvia Telles, Elizete Cardoso, Nora Ney, Wanderléa, Trio Esperança, the Fevers, Renato e Seus Blue Hats, and Roberto Carlos. Hora provides created many albums for João Bosco, Martinho da Vila, Beth Carvalho, Luíz Gonzaga, Zeca Pagodinho, Clarisse, Walter Alfaiate, and Dudu Nobre. A self-taught musician, Hora had taken the harmonica at six. Within the next calendar year, he gained a competition sponsored with the Hering harmonica stock. Having gained the competition, Hora was asked by Fred William to become listed on the Hering harmonica group. At 12, he began to perform on the air channels Mayrink Veiga, Nacional, Vera Cruz, Mauá, and Guanabara. In 1958, he produced the Trio Malabaristas da Gaita (using the various other harmonica players Luís Guimarãha sido and Sérgio Leite), which performed on Television Rio. Within the next calendar year, he previously his first documented melody, “Brigamos Com o Amor” (with Gracindo Júnior), by Carminha Mascarenhas. Hora documented his first record in 1960, with “Anjo” (Hora/Alcino Diniz) and “Nem Uma Luz Brilhou” (Gilvan Chaves). In 1962, he became Costa’s accompanist and within the next calendar year, he was employed as a normal musician to try out on the Cangaceiro membership in Rio de Janeiro, having produced the Quarteto perform Cangaceiro with Raul Mascarenhas (piano), Muxiba (bass), and Papão (drums). The quartet followed Helena de Lima on her behalf Uma Noite no Cangaceiro and Miltinho on his Miltinho ao Vivo. In 1968, Hora became a manufacturer for RCA Victor. In 1983, he participated in Martinho da Vila’s tour through Mozambique and Angola. In 1984, Hora performed the Villa-Lobos “Concert for Harmonica and Orchestra” on the Funarte Sidney Miller Hall (Rio). 3 years afterwards, he executed exactly the same concert on the Cecília Meirelles Hall (Rio). Also in 1987, he documented with Sivuca the LP Sanfona & Realejo, earning his first Clear prize as Greatest Arranger (with Sivuca). In 1988, he interpreted the “Collection Quatro Coisas,” created specifically for him by Guerra-Peixe. With Romero Lubambo, he released Autonomia in 1990. 2 yrs later on, Hora released the Compact disc Espraiado, that was distributed within the U.S., and was included by American critics within the ten-best Latin albums of the entire year.