Mirabeau wrote tunes that achieved main success, just like the marcha “Turma carry out Funil” (with Milton de Oliveira/Urgel de Castro), recorded from the Vocalistas Tropicais in 1954. Mainly a author of music for Carnival, where humor and computer animation are the primary requisites, Mirabeau’s strikes frequently concentrate on the theme of alcoholic beverages. The marcha “Cachaça” (with Lúcio de Castro/Heber Lobato/Marinósio Filho), documented by Carmen Costa and Colé in 1953, affected the composition of several other marchinhas influenced by comic circumstances brought by the misuse of alcoholic beverages. “Tem Nego Bebo Aí” (with Airton Amorim, released by Carmen Costa in 1955) is usually another exemplory case of this choice. Mirabeau experienced Carmen Costa as his most representative interpreter, Costa having documented about 30 of his tunes, but he also experienced success with tunes recorded by additional singers such as for example Ângela Maria, who in 1956 documented his samba “Fala Mangueira” (with Milton de Oliveira). Mirabeau documented only one recording as an interpreter, Presidiário (1955).