Having written a lot more than 800 tracks together, Luli e Lucina experienced their compositions documented by many artists like Ney Matogrosso (at least one on each of his albums, with few exceptions), who documented “Fala,” “Bandoleiro,” “Coração Aprisionado,” “Êta Nócan be,” “Bugre,” “Me Rói,” “Pedra de Rio.” and “O Vira.” Luli e Lucina also got their tracks documented by Secos e Molhados, Olívia Byington, Zélia Duncan, Marília Pera, Frenéticas, Nana Caymmi, Tetê Espíndola, Alzira Espíndola, Joyce, Rolando Boldrin. and Wanderléa. The duo arrived in 1971, delivering their “Flor Lilás” on the VI FIC. In the same season, they released the dual one Flor Lilás (Som Livre), accompanied by the initial LP, Luli e Lucinha (1979). In 1993, they toured through 30 metropolitan areas in Switzerland and France. Without nationwide reputation, the duo was dissolved in 1997 after saving seven LPs, and Lucina, a normal partner of Zélia Duncan’s, departed on her behalf solo career.