How to Contribute
Tell your friends. Blog, tweet, face, blab, space and post information about Brazilian Music Day, Sept 7, 2012
Send us your URL if you're in the biz. All URLs and full websites of participants will be preserved by the
Internet Archive in San Francisco.
You can make a donation to ARC via Paypal to keep this site up and running.
It's simple and it helps us preserve this important collection.
You can also donate online via
Contribute information about yourself.
What's your URL? e-mail?
Send a discography by e-mail. It is becoming very difficult to find
all the information necessary to correctly identify a sound
recording through online resources. Make yourself immortal!
Ideally, provide the following information in the following
order: artist or band name / title of recording / record company / record company number / UPC number / year of release / format.
You can send in a Word document, as a tab or comma separated file, an Excel document or any database format.
Better yet, send ARC a copy of your recordings. We'll catalog them and
preserve them forever.
Provide press kits and info on your artists.
Send an electronic catalog of all your releases. Preferably as a Word or Excel document.
Libraries and Archives
Let us know about your collections. Size and scope, specialties and peculiarities. Send that
URL. Send metadata pertaining to music of the greater Brazilian world. Provide the following
information in the following order: artist or band name / title of recording / record company / record
company number / UPC number / year of release / format . Not possible? Then a MARC record? Word, tab
Musicologists, send an essay or give a talk. Tell us about your area of expertise.
Music schools can stage a recital, performance or seminar.
Let's hear from some Brazilian or Latin American Studies Departments!
We would love to hear from any and all cultural organizations.
Let your membership know about the project.
You could host a talk, a concert, or post info on your website.
Host a show. Host an entire Day devoted to Brazilian Music.
That’s what Radio Eldorado is doing in Sao Paulo!
Host a show.
What we can’t imagine, others will
Here is a graphic that just might give you some ideas for Brazilian Music Day—in Portuguese.