Musica Brasilis’s main goal is to make available Brazilian repertoires of all times and genres, mostly inaccessible due to the lack of editions.
"Since 2008 music education is obligatory in all Brazilian schools. Musica Brasilis contributes to supporting it by proposing open educational resources developed by researchers on music and e-learning, leaded by Dr. Rosana Lanzelotte. The contents of the website are extremely valuable to cope with the lack of music educators and learning objects. I hope the initiative may find the funding it needs to carrying on such relevant task." Prof. Dr. Malvina Tania Tuttman - CNE - MEC (National Council of Education – Brazilian Ministry of Education)
“Musica Brasilis is one of the best recent initiatives in Brazil, combining music and history as instruments for valuing national culture.” Dr. Maurício Vicente Ferreira Júnior – Director – Imperial Museum
“I hereby testify that Dr.Rosana Lanzelotte has been leading, for several years, a most relevant task force devoted to making available Brazilian music scores, many of them unknown or forgotten. I strongly recommend Dr. Lanzelotte to any institution that could support Musica Brasilis’s activities.” Monsieur jean-Paul LEFEVRE – Délégué general - Alliance Française au Brésil
“The initiative is excellent and helps coping with the lack of editions of present Brazilian music. Congratulations for contributing to the diffusion of contemporary Brazilian music.” Marlos Nobre - composer
“Music is one of the main cultural expressions of a nation. Furthermore, Brazilian music is the most remarkable representation of its identity abroad. Musica Brasilis initiative is, thus, utmost relevant as its main goal is to disseminate Brazilian music. The portal user-friendly interface and games are bound to attract youngsters’ attention and interest. More than 1500 scores by present and past composers are available, enabling the performance of Brazilian repertoires all over the world.” Alfredo Leoni – Ambassador of Brazil in Poland
“Musica Brasilis is essential for disseminating Brazilian culture and music throughout the world.“ Danilo T. Costa – Chief of Cultural Sector – Brazilian Embassy at Minsk, Belarus