Younger sibling of composers/performers Kleiton and Kledir, Vitor Ramil had compositions recorded by many interpreters, included in this Gal Costa (“Estrela, Estrela” in her Fantasia) and Zizi Possi. He spent some time working with names such as for example Egberto Gismonti, Wagner Tiso, Hélio Delmiro, and Márcio Montarroyos. His initial solo album emerged at 18, Estrela, Estrela (1981), and got special involvement by Egberto Gismonti, Wagner Tiso, Luis Avellar, Zizi Possi, and Tetê Espíndola. In 1984, he released the experimental A Paixão de V Segundo Ele Próprio, which got its “Semeadura” re-recorded by Mercedes Sosa. Within the next season, he visited Rio de Janeiro RJ, where he documented Tango with Nico Assumpção, Hélio Delmiro, Márcio Montarroyos, Leo Gandelman, and Carlos Bala. He in addition has written books, included in this Satolep and Pequod, the last mentioned having received the Açorianos award. Focused on a fusion of folkloric components (he’s of gaúcho origins, from the severe South), he devoted his fifth record Ramilonga (A Estética perform Frio (1997) towards the milonga, a genre distributed by Rio Grande perform Sul condition and neighbor countries Uruguay and Argentina, which decisively inspired the esthetics of his condition. Tambong (2000), using the involvement of Egberto Gismonti, Lenine, Chico César, and João Barone, premiered concurrently in Brazil and Argentina (within a Spanish edition).