This was the first of the latin dances to be imported to Europe. It was taken to Paris by the Brazilian dancer Duque in 1910 and was called the Brazilian Maxixe, a dance performed to slow music. Although the Maxixe enjoyed some success it faded away after a few years. In 1923 Duque returned to Paris bringing with him a new ballroom version called a Samba. Unfortunately, the Tango craze was in full swing and once again it was pushed aside except for a brief resurgence in London 1935. The dance remained on the sidelines until 1945 when it was re-introduced into London by several American teachers.
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