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The Institute

Musica Brasilis’s main goal is to make available Brazilian repertoires of all times and genres, mostly inaccessible due to the lack of editions.

Musica Brasilis cooperates with UNESCO, is a Institutional Member of ICOM – The International Council of Museums - and is accredited by the United Nations Volunteers initiative.

The team

General coordination
Drª Rosana Lanzelotte
Content manager
Drª Nivia Zumpano
Administrative manager
Cintia Pereira
Assistent
Luciana Fonseca
Educational resources
Profª Suely Avellar
Image search
Laís de Azeredo Rodrigues
Technical manager
Dr. Rodrigo de Santis
Musicological supervision
Dr. Manoel Correa do Lago
Score editions
Bruno Bokelmann, Cesar Bonan e José Staneck
Information architecture and layout
Casa 6D
Implementation
Petherson Ferraz e grama.cc
Legal consultant
Drª Luciana Freire Rangel
Council
  • Ana Luisa Marinho
  • Christina Raja-Gabaglia Penna
  • Elizabeth Valadares
  • Jocy de Oliveira
  • Manoel Aranha Correa do Lago
  • Marcos Pereira Leite
  • Miriam Schenker
  • Rosana Lanzelotte

Acknowledgements

"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

Collaborators from United Nations Volunteers

  • Abiodun Omitokun
  • Adebimpe Alo
  • Adriana Gonçalves
  • Adriana Martins
  • Alessandra Chorsky
  • Alexander Aguina
  • Alexander Alva
  • Alexandre de Assis Venicio
  • Alexandre de Menezes Yazbeck
  • Aline Kern Davila
  • Ana Ataíde Magalhães
  • Ana Carolina Araujo
  • Ana Cordeiro
  • Ana Cunha
  • Ana Gondolo
  • Ana Leite
  • Ana Macedo
  • Ana Neves
  • Ana Rita Arrais
  • Ana Rosado
  • Andrew Melim
  • Bianca Campos
  • Bianca Reich
  • Bruna Leanza Marcon
  • Caitlin Deering
  • Camila Sasaki
  • Carlos Alexandre Lima Gomes
  • Carmen Hojmark
  • Carolina Borges de Almeida
  • Carolina Marcicano
  • Carolina Panzolini
  • Carolina Taboada
  • Caroline Binda
  • Caroline Santos
  • Cecília Lima
  • Cintia Caracushansky
  • Claudia Almeida
  • Claudia Buttura Vazquez
  • Dalcio Marcal
  • Daniela Morgado
  • David Candela
  • David Fernandes
  • Denise Neves
  • Eviano George
  • Felipe de Oliveira Gonçalves
  • Felipe Sales Gomes
  • Florence Oliveira
  • Francisca Amélia S. Pontes
  • Frederick Leandro Araujo
  • Gabriela Martins Durães Brandão
  • Geoffrey Chan
  • Gilvan Ferreira Filho
  • Giselle Chaves
  • Guilherme Oliveira
  • Hugo Otávio Cruz Reis
  • Ines Botelheiro
  • Inês Seita
  • Izabel Casias
  • Janeth Barcelo
  • Janine Mcleod
  • Jessica Mathews
  • Joabson Soares
  • Joanna Maria Lobocka
  • João Cicero Cesar
  • Jorge Castillo
  • José Eustáquio do Carmo Jr
  • Julia Krause Ferraz
  • Karen Lopes
  • Karolina Kasprzak
  • Ken Leon Souza
  • Laila Souza Hansen
  • Larissa Noronha Chaves
  • Larissa Peixoto Gomes
  • Leonardo Siqueira
  • Lilian Fonseca
  • Liliana Del Villar Arias
  • Livia Dias Andrade
  • Lucas Bocaletto
  • Luciana de Oliveira Passos
  • Luis Falconeri
  • Maiara Carvalho
  • Maira Kaye
  • Marcia Dias
  • Maria do Val da Fonseca
  • Maria Rosa do Rente
  • Mariana Belo da Cruz
  • Mariana Ceballos
  • Mariana Mourao
  • Mariana Sabra
  • Marina Lacerda Machado
  • Marina Souza
  • Mario Martins Lourenço Filho
  • Matilda Oliveira
  • Matthew Peacock
  • Melissa Sant'Anna
  • Michele Louvores
  • Natália Lindner
  • Nathalie Steffen
  • Nicole Silveira
  • Nuno Miguel Serra Pereira
  • Patricia de Sá Ribas
  • Philipp Moser
  • Plinio Santos
  • Priscilla Reges
  • Raphaela Barros Prado
  • Raquel Salinas Peixoto
  • Rebeca Esteves
  • Renata Neira
  • Renato Rael
  • Ricardo C. Pechansky
  • Ricardo Dietz
  • Rita Marteleira
  • Rita Pinhol
  • Robin Munby
  • Sabine Bassien Capsa
  • Sarah Marek
  • Sergio Santos Jr
  • Sunpreet Randhawa
  • Taciane Muniz Moreira
  • Talita Lilla
  • Tatyana Tulinova
  • Theodora Bradford
  • Thiago Portilho
  • Tommaso Ruggiero
  • Veridiana Rodrigues da Cunha Silva
  • Victoria Pamplona
  • Vinicius Garcia
  • Wamberto P. I. Aladanu
  • William Mariano Gonçalves
  • Special thanks to Elizabeth Valladares and Joe Cortez

Acknowledgment

Sony Music Brasil

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