Cristóvão de Alencar’s first recorded structure was the marcha “Olha Pra Lua” (with Nássara), in 1934, by Francisco Alves. Alencar debuted like a radio announcer within the next yr, in the Rádio Guanabara, later on becoming announcer within the historical Programa Casé display, innovating a means of dealing with the viewers in a far more familiar method. Still in 1935, Sílvio Caldas released the samba “Arrependimento” (Alencar/Caldas), which got much achievement. Orlando Silva also got popular with an Alencar music, the carnival marchinha “Mal-Me-Quer” (with Newton Teixeira), in 1940. Alencar also got his tracks recorded by works like Dircinha Batista and Gilberto Alves. As well as Ary Barroso, David Nasser, Benedito Lacerda, Israel Souto, while others, Alencar founded the Brazilian Association of Composers (UBC) in June 1942. Having penned tracks with such collaborators as Nássara, Wilson Batista, Ataulfo Alves, Georges Moran, Newton Teixeira, Noel Rosa, and Haroldo Lobo, Alencar also authorized a few of them using his genuine name, Armando Reis.