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From to he recorded over forty albums. Reis was the son of the guitarist Francisco Reis who was also his first teacher. Inspired by the dexterity of the blind musician, Reis became his accompanist throughout the tour of Brazil.
After a while he moved to Rio de Janeiro, where he became a guitar teacher. His preference was the traditional Brazilian guitar style: waltzes and choros full of modulations to "confuse accompanists," played with his unique style and sound. In , he toured the U.
His waltz "Abismo de Rosas," still popular to this day in some circles, was one of the most expressive recordings for Continental Brazil during the fertile period between and He recorded about of his own compositions, many of which became standards of Brazilian popular guitar, like "Dois Destinos" and "Se Ela Perguntar. As a professor of guitar, Reis counted among his students president Juscelino Kubitschek and the guitarists Bola Sete and Darci Vilaverde. This album includes Dilermando Reis' renditions of music from several countries.
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