French indigenous Tibo Delor 1st got his begin playing saxophone in the prestigious Great Conservatorium in southern France. There, he researched under the assistance of Andre Mariller and finally found the contrabass. He excelled, later on becoming a member of the Paris First-class Conservatory of Music to try out bass. He spent four years in the organization while also playing at L’Orchestre de Contrabasses using the Paris Opera Orchestra. Globe designer Rodrigo Matheus was therefore impressed, he asked Delor to Brazil to partake in his theatrical creation “Orgulho.” By 1997, Delor was surviving in Brazil, perfecting a tantalizing globe audio. He also started dealing with his favorite designer, pianist Tom Jobim. Within a yr, Delor produced his debut with Nom Tom Da Historia.