The Irmãos Martins were the first Brazilian artists to execute in European countries in the first 20th century. The Afro-Brazilian brothers Alfredo Martins (cello) and João Martins (violin) toured through Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Russia, and Italy, from 1908 to 1912, playing traditional music. Arriving in Paris, they truly became familiar with the Brazilian dancer Duque, who was simply enjoying great achievement using the then-fashionable Brazilian tempo maxixe. Deciding to become listed on the new influx, they honored the Gibout Orchestra, that was composed of just blonde females. The orchestra acquired success with many hits from the Carioca Carnival, like “Pega na Chaleira,” “Fandanguaçu,” and “Vem Cá, Mulata.” In the top of their popularity, the brothers had been requested in London for the starting of the Piccadilly cabaret. Time for Paris in the first 1913, they known as several music artists from Rio and produced their very own orchestra in the French capital. But Globe Battle I cut brief their dreams, permanently burying their popularity.