Ecad publishes interesting facts about Pernambuco Carnival

Ecad publishes interesting facts about Pernambuco Carnival
Ecad publishes interesting facts about Pernambuco Carnival
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Ecad presents a study that shows the most played songs in shows and electric trios in the state in 2023

Pernambuco’s carnival is marked by tradition and the excitement of the crowd that follows the parades and blocks. In the 2023 Pernambuco carnival, the festivities returned in full swing, after the pandemic restrictions, and the total copyright collection was more than R$ 1.1 million in the state, according to Ecad (Central Collection and Distribution).

“We really had a significant amount of revenue during the Pernambuco carnival in 2023, compared to the previous year, but this occurred because public and private parties took place again. The expectation is that, in 2024, we will have greater awareness about the payment of copyrights by organizers and producers of shows, electric trios and events. It is important that everyone completes music licensing so that we can pay the composers who have their songs played”, said Giselle Luz, Ecad manager who serves the state of Pernambuco.

For this year’s carnival, Ecad launched its campaign focused on raising awareness about the importance of paying copyright. Entitled “With music, the festivities get better”, the action is aimed at those who will use music publicly in carnival programs and events, such as organizers and promoters of shows, electric trios, street blocks, city halls, nightclubs, clubs and others. The campaign, which features a landing page, artist testimonials, posts on social media and sending emails, reinforces the importance of music for these events and licensing to perform music publicly.

Most played songs at last carnival

Northeastern music stands out when it comes to the most played music during the carnival period. Last year, the songs in the top 5 most listened to songs in the state were created by people from the Northeast and Pernambuco. Firstly, the highlight was “Anunciação”, written by Alceu Valença, with its striking musical verses full of poetry.

When a song plays at Pernambuco Carnival or any other carnival event in Brazil, composers and artists have the right to receive royalties for their musical creations. But, to do so, all people and companies that use music publicly must pay for music licensing so that the funds reach them. This is what the Brazilian Copyright Law (9,610/98) guarantees.

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