Oscar Dealmeida wrote the lyrics of the big hit of the Carnival of 1916, the valse "Pierrô e Colombina" (music by Eduardo das Neves). In 1919, Dealmeida wrote the march "A Queda Da Rosa" with Bonfiglio de Oliveira for the rancho (Carnival group) Ameno Resedá. In the decade of 1920, he was the rehearsal conductor and chant director of the rancho Recreio das Flores. In 1921, the rancho performed at the Teatro Lírico songs by several composers with his lyrics: "Entre Párolas," "Culto à Música," "Nuvem Que Passa," "Saudade," among others. In 1932, he wrote the marches "Plenilúnio" and "Saudação à Imprensa" for the bloco Reinado de Siva.
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