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Playlist of List of South African composers

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  • The Best Of Busi Mhlongo By DJ Ras Sjamaan

    1:8:07

    Tracklist: Ebathenjini, Ukuthula, Yapheli'mali Yami, Yehlisan Umoya Ma-Africa, Awukho Umuzi Ongena Kukhulur, Uganga Nge Ngane, Izinziswa, Tingi Tingi, Icala, We Baba Omncane, Khula Tshishi Lami.

    Busi Mhlongo (28 October 1947 – 15 June 2010, born as Victoria Busisiwe Mhlongo, was a virtuoso singer, dancer and composer originally from Inanda in Natal, South Africa.

    Drawing on various South African styles such as Mbaqanga, Maskanda, Marabi and traditional Zulu, fused with contemporary elements from jazz, funk, rock, gospel, rap, opera, reggae and West African music she produced a fresh and exciting sound. Her infectious music and singing style have a universal appeal and her lyrics carry powerful and poignant messages. In the 1960s, she adopted the artistic name Vickie; only later did she became known by Busi Mhlongo. She was an initiated sangoma, which heavily influenced her music.

    The reigning queen of modern Zulu music, Busi Mhlongo (born Victoria Busi Mhlongo) has turned the Maskanda guitar music of migrant Zulu mine workers into a worldwide phenomenon. Mhlongo's second album, Urban Zulu, produced by former Soul II Soul producer Will Mowat,spent two months in the top position of Billboard's world music charts in 1998.

    A native of Inanda, a small village in the mountains of Kwazuku Natal, Mhlongo launched her musical career as vocalist in Africa Jazz and with Conjunto Juan Paulo, a Portuguese army band. After marrying South African pianist Early Mabuza, she left her homeland and made the first of many moves. After living briefly in Portugal, Mhlongo and Mabusa relocated to London in the 1970s. While there, Mhlongo recorded with other South African exiles including Dudu Pukwana, Julian Bahula, and Lucky Ranku.

    Alternating her base of operations between Holland and South Africa, Mhlongo toured throughout the 1980s with her band, Twasa. Her groundbreaking performance, however, when she joined Gambia band Ifang Bondi at the African Roots Festival in Amsterdam. Her gutsy singing and dynamic stage presence led to an invitation to perform along with Salif Keita and Manu Dibango at the prestigious African Music Festival in Delft in 1989. Released by the Dutch label Munich in 1993, Mhlongo's debut album, Barbentu, was reissued internationally by Stern's two years later. Mhlongo has conducted numerous workshops in Zulu singing and dancing.

  • Invictus - 13 The South African National Anthem by Overtone

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    Invictus is a 2009 biographical drama film based on Nelson Mandela's life during the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa. Directed by Clint Eastwood, the film stars Morgan Freeman as South African President Mandela, and Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar, the South African team captain. The story is based on the John Carlin book Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Changed a Nation.

    Label : New Line Records
    Release Date : December 08, 2009
    Composer : Kyle Eastwood, Michael Stevens

    TRACK LISTING
    19,000 Days- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    2Invictus Theme- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    3Colorblind- Overtone
    4Siyalinda (The Waiting)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    5World in Union 95- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    6Madiba's Theme- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    7Hamba Nathi- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    8Thanda (Love)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    9Shosholoza- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    10Inkathi (Time)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    11Ole Ole Ole - We Are The Champions - Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    12Enqena (Anxious)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    13The South African National Anthem- Overtone
    14Ukunqoba (To Conquer)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    15Victory- Soweto String Quartet
    16Xolela (Forgiveness) - Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    17The Crossing (Osiyeza) - Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    189,000 Days (Acoustic) - Emile Welman

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  • Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You

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    CREDITS
    Shape of You by Ndlovu Youth Choir & Wouter Kellerman

    Composers: Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, John McDaid, Kevin Jerome Briggs, Kandi L Burruss, Tameka D Cottle
    Choir: Ndlovu Youth Choir
    Flute: Wouter Kellerman

    VIDEO CREDITS:
    Video Direction: Clive Morris Productions, South Africa.
    DOP: Daniel Black.
    Producers: Sian Clark and Tholsi Pillay.
    Camera Crew: Neo Pule, Morena Medi.
    Assistants: Simphiwe Mngomezulu, Isaac Sibiya, Mike Nqabeni
    Choir Production Coordinator: Liesje Tempelman
    Shooting location: a Special thank you to Maropeng, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa

    SOUND CREDITS
    Sound Producers: Ralf Schmitt, Wouter Kellerman
    Arrangers: Ralf Schmitt, Wouter Kellerman
    Flute Percussion: Wouter Kellerman
    Percussion: Sipho Hleza
    Translation: Sandile Majola & Lungelo Masango
    Vocal Recording Engineer: Bruce Forbes
    Assistant Engineer: Sipho Hleza
    Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Bill Hare
    Lead Vocals: Lungelo Masango, Thulisile Masanabo and Sandile Majola

    All vocals recorded at the Ndlovu Miracle Studio, Moutse, Limpopo, South Africa
    Flute recorded at Kellerman Music in Johannesburg
    Mixed and mastered at Bill Hare Productions, Milpitas, California, USA

    About the Ndlovu Youth Choir:
    Can participation in a music program change the lives of even the world’s most disadvantaged children? The choristers of the Ndlovu Youth Choir are living proof that it certainly can. This vibrant youth choral ensemble chants, harmonizes, and tip-toe-taps their way through a powerful 11-language repertoire that includes a sampling of all things South Africa: from isicathamiya (is-caht-a-MEE-ya), the a cappella genre accompanied only by body percussion, made famous by Ladysmith Black Mambazo, to ancient tribal chants, contemporary gospel, Afro-pop and Afro-jazz from the repertoires of Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba, and uplifting choral music written exclusively for the choir.
    Founded in 2009, this exuberant group has toured southern Africa and Europe with their multi-sensorial performances to significant critical and audience acclaim. The members are selected by audition from the young people from the Ndlovu Care Group, a community program providing healthcare, early childhood education, after-school activities, and more to rural Moutse, Limpopo, South Africa. Program directors find that, because of the time commitment of the choir, as well as the values of self-discipline, self- confidence, and leadership that participation imbues, choristers have lower rates of drug use, delinquency, and teen pregnancy than their peers.
    It’s about more than just staying out of trouble, though. The choir offers an early pathway to artistic and professional achievement that is so often only available to children from affluent backgrounds, but it also offers a connection to the children’s ancestral roots and allows them to share those cultural roots with the world. It’s a profound gift in both directions, and one which the singers themselves say fills them with hope: for a better life and for a better world.

    About Wouter Kellerman
    Globe-trotting flutist and composer Wouter Kellerman received a 2015 Grammy® Award for his collaborative album 'Winds of Samsara'.
    His next album 'Love Language' debuted at nr. 1 on the World Music Billboard charts and received a Grammy® nomination for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album, Kellerman’s second nomination in as many years.
    Kellerman has also been recognised at home, winning seven SAMA’s (South African equivalent to the Grammy), reinforcing his status as one of South Africa’s foremost musicians. Delighting audiences with a magnetic alchemy of warmth and technical mastery, Kellerman finds his inspiration in the spaces between cultures and countries, genres and disciplines.
    Passionate about teaching and empowering young people, Kellerman has sponsored the SOS Children’s Village for the past 17 years.
    #WouterKellerman

  • The Good Life Radio • 24/7 Live Radio | Best Relax House, Chillout, Study, Running, Gym, Happy Music

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    The Good Life is live streaming the best of Deep & Tropical House, Chill & Relax House Music, EDM, Dance & Pop as well as Music for Sleep, Focus, Study, Workout, Gym, Running etc. in a 24/7 summer feel good mix.

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    ➖NIGHTBOT➖
    Nightbot is here to answer some of your questions, tell you inspirational quotes or just say hi and goodbye.

    🤖Commands:
    !whoisthis: More info about Nightbot
    !coldbeer: Let’s have a cold one
    !freehugs: Get a free hug
    !key: Some major keys and advices
    !quoteday: Quote of the day
    !quotetravel: Quote about travlling
    !qoutelove: Quote about love

    !weatherlookup city: Will display the current weather in your city (e.g. !weatherlookup Berlin will display weather information about Berlin)

    !song: Displays the current song title and artist
    !video: Displays more information about the background video

    ➖FAQ➖
    Q: When will the stream end?
    A: Hopefully never. It is supposed to be a 24/7 live stream but every now and then there might be technical issues.

    Q: How many songs do you have in your playlist and where can I find them?
    A: There are +/- 400 songs. You can find them in my playlists. See the links above.

    Q: Why do you not play songs from popular artists like KYGO, Martin Garrix or Calvin Harris?
    A: Because I do not have the permission to play these songs. I can only play songs with permission to avoid copyright issues.

    Q: Where was the video footage filmed?
    A: Fiji Islands and Hawaii.

    Q: What’s your name?
    A: My name is Armin. Nice to meet you :)

    Q: Where are you from?
    A: I am from a small town close to Munich in Germany.

    Q: What’s The Good Life?
    A: The Good Life is a 24/7 music live stream presented by Sensual Musique which plays songs from genres such as Deep House, Tropical House, EDM, Chill House, Dance Music and Pop. The music is fun while studying, cleaning, cooking, working out, relaxing, sleeping etc. :)

    ➖Translations➖
    Musique d'Été 2020 | Chansons Relaxantes, Running, Courir, Workout
    Sommer Playlist 2020 | Musik zum Chillen, Fitness, Gym, Laufen
    Música de Verano 2020 | Canciones Relajantes, Gimnasio, La Carrera
    Música de Verão 2020 | Músicas Relaxantes
    летняя музыка 2020 | расслабляющие песни, Гимнастический
    夏日音乐 2019 | 轻松的歌曲
    여름 음악 2019 | 편안한 노래
    Letnia Muzyka 2020 | Relaks Muzyka
    เพลง​ฤดูร้อน​ 2020 | เพลง​ชิวๆ
    サマーミュージック 2020 | リラックスした歌

    #thegoodlife #deephouse #tropicalhouse #chill #chillmusic #lounge #live #radio #house #newmusic #chillhouse #housemusic #relax #running #gym

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  • sankofa voices for africa concert 3rd edit Nyokamusango song1

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    Sankofa, playing at the Voices of Africa concert at the Wits Great Hall, Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa. Performing their arrangement of a Zimbabwean traditional mbira and marimba song called Nyoka Musango, which in the Shona language loosely translates to 'a snake in the bush'. Sankofa appears as guest ensemble playing as part of the big band/orchestra 'The Celebration Orchestra' at this concert. Played to a capacity audience of over 1200 people, Sankofa captivates not just the audience but the high calibre of musicians they played with on stage, the likes of which include Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph on piano (world famous South African composer, arranger and classical music theory and harmony lecturer at Wits), and Marcus Wyatt (world renown South African Jazz Flugel horn and Trumpter, arranger, composer and lecturer), to name but a few, who make up The Celebration Orchestra, featuring Johannesburg's select group of Jazz and Classical musicians, playing arrangements of traditional, religious and contemporary Jewish songs.

  • Shakira - Waka Waka

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    Shakira's official music video for 'Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)'. Click to listen to Shakira on Spotify:

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    #Shakira #WakaWaka #Vevo #LatinPop #OfficialMusicVideo #ThisTimeForAfrica #FIFAWorldCup
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    Lyrics:

    You're a good soldier
    Choosing your battles
    Pick yourself up
    And dust yourself off
    Get back in the saddle

    You're on the front line
    Everyone's watching
    You know it's serious
    We're getting closer
    This isn't over

    The pressure's on
    You feel it
    But you got it all
    Believe it

    When you fall get up, oh oh
    If you fall get up, eh eh
    Tsamina mina zangalewa
    'Cause this is Africa

    Tsamina mina, eh eh
    Waka waka, eh eh
    Tsamina mina zangalewa
    This time for Africa

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  • The Lion King: Circle of Life by LEBO M. — LIVE at the HAVASI Symphonic Concert Show in Budapest

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    An amazing live performance of The Lion King title song by the legendary LEBO M. and more than 100 artists of the HAVASI Symphonic Concert Show.

    For more than 20 years, the magical story of Symba has captured the hearts of millions of children and adults. In 2014 Lebo M., the co-composer and performer of The Lion King and HAVASI Symphonic revived the immersive opening song, Circle of Life. This unique performance conjured up the exotic world of the savanna featuring a huge symphony orchestra, choir, rock drums, African singers, world music soloists and the dancers of ExperiDance.

    The show attracted 46,000 visitors in a single weekend and this special performance with Lebo M. remains an unforgettable memory for the audience of the Budapest Arena in Hungary. It was also performed at the Sala Polivalenta in Romania and the Wiener Stadthalle in Austria.

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    Music: Circle of Life (The Lion King)

    Composed by: Elton John, Time Rice, Lebo M.
    Performed by: LEBO M. & HAVASI Symphonic

    Featuring:

    Dohnanyi Symphony Orchestra Budafok
    Conductor: Peter Pejtsik

    Choreography: Sandor Roman
    Dancers: ExperiDance Production

    Producer and Creative Director: Csaba Marjai
    Film Director: Laszlo Krisko
    D.O.P.: Zoltan Csincsi, Zsolt Laszlo H.S.C.
    Editor: Peter Graf
    Sound Engineer: Gabor Juhos
    Music Production Director: Miklos Lukacs

  • Invictus - 09 Shosholoza

    3:33

    Invictus is a 2009 biographical drama film based on Nelson Mandela's life during the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa. Directed by Clint Eastwood, the film stars Morgan Freeman as South African President Mandela, and Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar, the South African team captain. The story is based on the John Carlin book Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Changed a Nation.

    Label : New Line Records
    Release Date : December 08, 2009
    Composer : Kyle Eastwood, Michael Stevens

    TRACK LISTING
    19,000 Days- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    2Invictus Theme- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    3Colorblind- Overtone
    4Siyalinda (The Waiting)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    5World in Union 95- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    6Madiba's Theme- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    7Hamba Nathi- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    8Thanda (Love)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    9Shosholoza- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    10Inkathi (Time)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    11Ole Ole Ole - We Are The Champions - Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    12Enqena (Anxious)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    13The South African National Anthem- Overtone
    14Ukunqoba (To Conquer)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    15Victory- Soweto String Quartet
    16Xolela (Forgiveness) - Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    17The Crossing (Osiyeza) - Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    189,000 Days (Acoustic) - Emile Welman

  • Pachelbel Canon in D Major - the original and best version.

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    Pachelbel's Canon in D, performed on original instruments from the time of Pachelbel by the Early Music ensemble Voices of Music.
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    A. As instruments became modernized in the 19th century, builders and players tended to focus on the volume of sound and the stability of tuning. Modern steel strings replaced the older materials, and instruments were often machine made. Historical instruments, built individually by hand and with overall lighter construction, have extremely complex overtones—which we find delightful. Modern instruments are of course perfectly suited to more modern music.
    Q. Why is the pitch lower, or higher?
    A. Early Music performance uses many different pitches, and these pitches create different tone colors on the instruments. See
    Soundtrack at

    Performed on original instruments by San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music. Featuring Katherine Kyme, Carla Moore & Cynthia Freivogel, baroque violin; Tanya Tomkins, baroque cello, Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque organ; David Tayler, theorbo.
    About the performance: the canon is played using not only the instruments but also the bowing techniques from the time of Pachelbel. As you can see from the video, especially if you look at the high definition version, the string instruments are not only baroque, but they are in baroque setup: this means that the strings, fingerboard, bridge and other parts of the violin appear just as they did in Pachelbel's time. No metal hardware such as chinrests, clamps or fine tuners are used on the violins, allowing the violins to vibrate freely. A good example of baroque bowing can be seen in the extended passage of repeated notes: the musicians play these notes on one bow—the shorter & lighter baroque bow—to created a gliding effect. The players also hold the bow very differently which affects the balance and touch. Both the style and the amount of vibrato are based on baroque treatises which describe the methods for playing, bowing & articulation in the late 17th century. The narrow, shimmering vibrato blends with the baroque organ. The organ used is made entirely of wood, based on German baroque instruments, and the pipes are voiced to provide a smooth accompaniment to the strings, instead of a more soloistic sound. Another feature of the video is the subtle differences in not only the sound and color of the instruments, but also the different techniques of the players. All three are playing baroque violins with baroque bows, yet each person has her own distinct sound and bowing style—each bow has a different shape and balance. If you look at paintings of 17th century players you will see that they are all different, because that individuality of sound and technique was highly valued. This allows the players and the listeners to hear and appreciate the Voices of Music.

    Many comments refer to the pitch. D Major is a key, not a pitch; this piece is in D Major at A=415.3 Hz. We chose a baroque pitch and temperament from the time of Pachelbel. You can see the original manuscript that we played from here, clearly in the key of D Major with two sharps
    Detail of the interior of the baroque organ:
    #Pachelbel #CanoninD
    Title: Canon in D
    Composer: Johann Pachelbel
    Genre: Classical

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  • Nkosi sikelel iAfrika (South...

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    Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika (God bless Africa) , Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika (God bless Africa) (South Africa) · Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

    44 Of the World's Most Famous National Anthems

    ℗ 2004 Naxos

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Composer: Enoch Mankayi Sontonga
    Composer: Marthinus Lourens de Villiers
    Conductor: Peter Breiner
    Orchestra: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

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  • Invictus - 10 Inkathi Time

    2:37

    Invictus is a 2009 biographical drama film based on Nelson Mandela's life during the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa. Directed by Clint Eastwood, the film stars Morgan Freeman as South African President Mandela, and Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar, the South African team captain. The story is based on the John Carlin book Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Changed a Nation.

    Label : New Line Records
    Release Date : December 08, 2009
    Composer : Kyle Eastwood, Michael Stevens

    TRACK LISTING
    19,000 Days- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    2Invictus Theme- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    3Colorblind- Overtone
    4Siyalinda (The Waiting)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    5World in Union 95- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    6Madiba's Theme- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    7Hamba Nathi- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    8Thanda (Love)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    9Shosholoza- Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    10Inkathi (Time)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    11Ole Ole Ole - We Are The Champions - Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    12Enqena (Anxious)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    13The South African National Anthem- Overtone
    14Ukunqoba (To Conquer)- Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    15Victory- Soweto String Quartet
    16Xolela (Forgiveness) - Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    17The Crossing (Osiyeza) - Overtone with Yollandi Nortjie
    189,000 Days (Acoustic) - Emile Welman

  • Symphonic Soweto EPK – Wouter Kellerman

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    'Symphonic Soweto - Tribute to Nelson Mandela' EPK by Wouter Kellerman and the Soweto Gospel Choir. Featuring Angelique Kidjo and KZN Philharmonic.

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    'Symphonic Soweto' takes inspiration from the time of South Africa's oppression, the period of liberation and the journey between these - in short, telling the story of Soweto through its musical classics. By selecting from a historical repertoire, the trajectory of South African history is explored. This project strives to pave the way, musically, for the vision that Mandela had of social cohesion and tolerance. In Soweto, there is a tradition of storytelling in music: in this album, the choice of songs by popular musicians from the Apartheid era tells of a history of both struggle and ultimate celebration, while also recognising these musicians as part of our cultural, musical legacy.
    'Symphonic Soweto' is the result of a powerful collaboration between two South African award-winning icons Wouter Kellerman and Soweto Gospel Choir, and features the country’s pioneer music ensemble, the Kwazulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra. This album represents the bringing together of two musical worlds in the city of Johannesburg, where historically the separation of Soweto under the former government prevented this: here music provides a common site of togetherness.

    Given that this is a project about social cohesion, the album brings together a diverse range of musicians from South Africa and abroad. The collaboration between Wouter Kellerman, Soweto Gospel Choir and Kwazulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra is supported by numerous prominent arrangers, artists and composers, many of whom are recognised by the South African musical community as being skilled proponents of traditional and local music. Much of the music associated with South Africa has a strong popular and folk basis, which this project re-conceptualises from a symphonic and choral perspective.

    'Symphonic Soweto features not only Soweto Gospel Choir but also Soweto the place. The content of the album relates to the history of Soweto and in parallel, Mandela’s symbolic presence in the hearts of its inhabitants. Its timing so close to the centenary of Mandela’s birth makes this album a tribute to him. The struggle songs of the Apartheid era still resonate strongly in the present. The compilation features freedom songs telling of heroism, and some of Mandela’s own favourites such as Lizalis’idinga lakho. Some of the songs typify events that took place in Soweto at that time such as Johnny Clegg’s Asimbonanga, one of the classics of South African music, which is an echo of the people’s distress at Mandela’s imprisonment and absence. From the South African musical classics, we move to the contemporary compositions, which tell of our dreams for the Rainbow Nation. Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is our modern-day icon, standing for peace, hope, love and togetherness: this is the song Voice of Hope. Through the genre-synthesis in the number of musical forms and orchestral and vocal groups, a series of compositions have been created that are reflective of the social cohesion envisaged within our rainbow society.

    Video produced by: Tholsi Pillay and Wouter Kellerman
    Video edited by: Ryan AWAMB

    As one of South Africa’s foremost musicians and pioneer flute players, Wouter Kellerman has achieved a number of notable career milestones for his flute songs, flute music and flute covers of popular songs. He is known for composing beautiful and relaxing music, as well as meditation music. Included in his list of many awards and nominations is a prestigious Grammy® Award, multiple South African Music Awards (SAMA) and the Global Peace Song Award for a solo flute piece for Nelson Mandela called “The Long Road”.

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  • Henrik Schwarz Boiler Room x Ballantines Stay True South Africa DJ Set

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    ► World renowned producer and composer Henrik Schwarz brought an unparalleled set to our second Stay True South Africa show.

  • Courtney Jeffery 11 playing Study by Pierre Malan

    1:55

    Courtney plays a South African composer's music.
    study by Pierre Malan

  • Classic Black: Chamber Music by African American Composers

    2:20

    Combining fascinating historic information about the African American cultural and musical heritage with live music performance, Classic Black educates and entertains with style and substance, while introducing audiences to classical music created by Black American composers.
    Musicians on video: Rose Drucker, Megumi Stohs violin; Rebecca Strauss, viola; Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello; Interactive lecture by Susan Wilson

    Music: Florence Beatrice Price (1888-1953) Five Folksongs in Counterpoint
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    This is a MELODIC VISION production. Melodic Vision is an exciting enterprise that produces unique multimedia experiences. Weaving music, photography, and history into a seamless artistic event, Melodic Vision creates enlightening, heartfelt journeys that are both educationally engaging and spiritually transforming. For more information visit:

  • Pumeza Matshikiza - From Township to Opera House

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    FROM TOWNSHIP TO OPERA HOUSE - South African Soprano, PUMEZA MATSHIKIZA, Signs Global Record Contract with Decca Classics/Universal Music!


    A singer who grew up in the townships of Cape Town, South Africa, and discovered classical music, signs a record deal with Decca, home to the biggest opera star in the world, the late Luciano Pavarotti.

    Pumeza Matshikiza has already been described by the UK's leading critics as poised for operatic stardom and one of opera's most exciting new voices . But having been told she had no future as an opera singer in South Africa, she almost became a quantity surveyor.

    Growing up in the 1980s-90s, as the apartheid regime was coming to its end, Pumeza witnessed first-hand the violence, crime and poverty which dominated those years. The singer still remembers the anti-apartheid demonstrations: the tear gas, the plastic bullets, and the practice of 'necklacing'. As children we saw things that we shouldn't see. It was shocking, but that was the time we lived in, she recalls.

    Coming from the Eastern Cape, Pumeza, with her mother and brother moved around the townships, living in rented shacks of corrugated iron. She was a teenager when apartheid ended in 1994 and Nelson Mandela was elected president. For her debut album Decca have specially commissioned a song set to the poem Invictus that Nelson Mandela used to recite to inmates while incarcerated on Robben Island. The song's music was written by the nation's favourite living composer Paul Mealor, whose music was personally chosen by the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge for their own wedding in 2011.

    For Pumeza, opera became her ticket out of South Africa. She discovered it by accident, as a teenager channel-surfing the radio. She then overheard singing coming from an open window at the South African College of Music, and auditioned. South African composer Kevin Volans recognised the distinctive beauty of her voice and bought her a plane ticket to London where she auditioned for the Royal College of Music. She was immediately offered a full scholarship, and from there she went on to join the Young Artist Programme at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Over three years she participated in performances and masterclasses with international opera stars and Decca legends such as Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Jonas Kaufmann. Pumeza's three-year contract with Stuttgart Opera has been an eye-opening introduction to the challenges and pressures of an operatic career, and she has already shone as Pamina in Mozart's The Magic Flute, Zerlina in Don Giovanni and in 2013/14 stars as Mimi in a new production of Puccini's La Boheme.

    Pumeza's album will follow her musical journey from townships to the operatic stage with traditional African songs in her native Xhosa language, tracks accompanied by The African Children's Choir, including new arrangements of Paul Simon's Homeless (from Graceland), Wimoweh (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) and Nkosi Sikelel'iAfrika (The National Anthem), through to popular opera arias by Mozart and Puccini.

    Pumeza Matshikiza said: It is an honour for me to join Decca Classics, the home of many great opera singers. My debut album tells the story of my incredible journey from Africa to Europe and I feel privileged to be able to chart it through the very personal repertoire choices on this album; songs and arias that prove music unites people across the world and brings cultures together.

    Paul Moseley, Managing Director of Decca Classics said: Pumeza's voice has a haunting beauty that goes straight to the heart; you rarely encounter such distinctive quality. Her story has inspired us and we believe she will soon grace the great opera houses of the world.

    Lauded as a soprano in demand and the real thing , Pumeza's highly-anticipated debut recording is due for release at the end of the year on Decca.

    Pumeza Matshikiza has also just signed with Intermusica Artists' Management for worldwide representation.

  • Pirates of the Caribbean 1080p

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    Klaus Badelt - Music from the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack, performed by the Auckland Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gary Daverne.
    From the concert Organ Symphony recorded November 2012 at the Auckland Town Hall

  • Almon Memela & Soweto - Pelican city

    15:12

    South African composer, guitarist and producer (for WEA Records), born in Donnybrook, KwaZulu-Natal, in 1936, who taught himself to play guitar as a child. He is a remarkably versatile artist, who’s style includes soul jazz, bump jive, mbaqanga and afro funk.

    He worked at the United Tobacco Company in Durban before moving to Johannesburg in 1956 to work on the mines. This afforded him the opportunity to take guitar lessons at the legendary Dorkay House in 1958. His first recordings were made in 1959, and he also contributed to the United Artists’ productions of King Kong, In Township Tonight and Mhobeloas as a band member. He also provided background music for the Jamie Uys film Dingaka. His first recording as composer was Nozizwe with the Travelling Singers in 1960. In 1963 he formed Almon’s Jazz Eight that recorded and performed throughout the 60s and 70s, also releasing Soul Bandit with the AM Stragglers in 1969.

    This song was released on the (incredibly difficult to find) album “Broken Shoes”, released in 1976. The song was written by Almon Memela and is the only track on side 2. It was recorded with the Soweto Pelican Club house band.

  • MADOSINI: queen mother xhosa traditional musician on the poetry africa tour 2012

    3:00

    Latozi Mpahleni, better known as Madosini, was born in 1943 in Mpondoland, Eastern Cape. Growing up as a girl would in a traditional Xhosa household, she did not go to school and so never learned to read or write. Her mother taught her how to make and play the instruments she plays - the Uhadi (music bow), Umrhubhe (mouth bow) and Isitolotolo (Jewish harp) - when she was 12 years old.

    Madosini's music was first recorded in the late 1970s. The harmonic progressions she uses are as in the ancient African tradition of two chords and one whole tone apart, while the melodies she creates have astounding evocative power and use a scale similar to the Lydian modes used in Jazz.
    In 2008, Madosini performed at the WOMAD festival and was the first person to be recorded and documented in the festival's Musical Elders Archives project.

    Madosini's sound has inspired many musicians to collaborate with her, including the South African collective of ancestral sounds, PedXulu, at the North Sea Jazz festival in Cape Town, Vuyo Katsha of Amapondo, British rock singer Patrick Duff and Jazz musicians in Vienna and Cape Town.

    After working closely with Madosini, Duff described her music as a true unadulterated expression of the creative spirit, while Hans Huyssen, an acclaimed classical composer, cellist and conductor, whose collaboration with Madosini resulted in The Songs of Madosini, says: Madosini offers us one of the very last chances to catch a glimpse of Africa's prehistoric musical past...

    Madosini's last collaboration was with Gilberto Gil, the famous Brazilian musician. She currently performs internationally with fellow musician and storyteller, Pedro The Music Man Espi-Sanchis.

  • Baba Yetu Lords Prayer in Swahili - Alex Boyé, BYU Mens Chorus/ Philharmonic

    4:31

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    SONG CREDITS
    “Baba Yetu” words and music by Christopher Tin; arranged by Derek Machan
    Performed by Alex Boyé, Dan Hall, BYU Men’s Chorus 2015-16 (Rosalind Hall, conductor), BYU Philharmonic Orchestra 2015-16 (Kory Katseanes, conductor)
    Produced by Rosalind Hall, Jeff Carter
    Executive producer: Ben Fales
    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Carter
    Mastered by Troy Sales
    © BYU Records 2016

    VIDEO CREDITS
    Director: Jeff Parkin
    Performers: Alex Boyé, Dan Hall, BYU Men’s Chorus 2015-16, BYU Philharmonic Orchestra 2015-16
    Director of Photography: Daniel Kellis
    Producer: Melody Shuss
    Executive Producers: Rosalind Hall, Jeff Parkin, Ben Fales
    1st A.D./Assoc. Producer: Willem Kampenhout
    Editors: Daniel Kellis, Jeff Parkin
    Drone Pilot: Jason Hatfield
    Camera Operators: Daniel Kellis, Michael Boren, Michael Gordon, Mike Henderson, Howie Burbidge, Morgan Crockett, Charles Unice
    Assistant Camera: Lauren Vanderwerken, Andrew Davis, Marshal Davis, Robert Hill
    Song Mixing: Jeff Carter
    Song Mastering: Troy Sales
    Sound Design: Kyle Sawyer
    Visual Effects: Daniel Kellis, Aaron Hinton
    Colorist: Jessica Bryant
    Audio Playback: Robi Aamodt, Alexis Aamodt, Gwenyth Fales
    Craft Services: Rachel Jacobs
    Producer's Assistant: Jacob Shuss
    Transportation: Brady Johnson
    Publicity/Marketing: Jamison Peterson
    © BYU Records 2016

    Special thanks to Julie Walker, Brian Wilcox, Ben Fales, Yvette Arts, Jeff Merrill, Travis Talbot, Jamison Peterson, Ben Jacobs, Jeff Sheets, Jana Parkin, and the City of Provo for their generosity in providing us with a shooting location.

    Support from the BYU School of Music, BYU Department of Theatre and Media Arts, BYU University Communications, Laycock Center for Creative Collaboration, and BYU Records.

    For information about booking BYU Men’s Chorus for a performance or concert, please contact BYU Performing Arts Management at 801-422-3576.

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  • Unisa Grade 2 List A - Gigue by Georg Philip Telemann

    1:08

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 2, List A: Gigue

    Composer: Georg Philip Telemann (1681 - 1767)

    © 2002 by Barenreiter Praha.

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    For requests, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

  • Unisa Grade 1 List A: Minuetto, ballalile by J.C.F. Bach and F.P. Ricci

    1:09

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 1, List A: Minuetto, ballalile

    Composer: Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (1732 - 1795)
    and Francesco Pasquale Ricci (1732 - 1817)

    © Novello & Company Limited

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    To request a piece or cover, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

  • Callysta van Niekerk, Female Guitarist, South Africa

    4:13

    This song is called Band song 1 ( in other words it hasn't been named yet), jamming with my band mate Estiaan Petzer. We are currently looking for a drummer and a vocalist for this band. Inbox me if you are interested!

  • Solly Mahlangu - Siyabonga Jesu

    6:55

    Solly Mahlangu performing Siyabonga Jesu

  • TEDxJohannesburg - David Kramer - The Sound of Silence Invisible musicians of the Karoo

    21:16

    This talk received a standing ovation.

    Famous South African singer/song writer David Kramer and you-tube cult figure Hannes Coetzee take us on a journey through South Africa's lost music.

    The talk focuses on the musicians Kramer met when he went in search of roots Afrikaans music in the rural areas of the Karoo and Namaqualand, discovering men and women who developed individual playing styles on guitars and tin can violins. He discusses some of the unique tunings, playing styles and content of the songs and introduces Hannes Coetzee, the man who invented the world's first teaspoon slide guitar technique.

  • Billy Monama masterclass

    5:49

    Heritage lesson offering: Talking about famous South African music - 145 progression according to legendary jazz guitarist and composer - Moss Mogale. Reference: This study drawn from his composition Mr G. Mphakati, album titled: Forget Me Not.

    Plug in earphones.

    #grazrootsproject #heritagepreservation #africanrestoration #23yearsofguitarexperience #jazzguitar #southafricanmusic #guitar #bandleader #composer #arranger #theexperienceofrebounce cc Jesse Mogale Moss Mogale

  • Serenade! Choral Festival - “Mandela at 100: Songs of Hope, Justice & Unity”

    1:01

    Once again co-presented by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the 8th annual Serenade! Choral Festival will honor the 100th anniversary of the birth of South African revolutionary, politician and philanthropist, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.

    From June 25—July 2, 2018, professional vocal ensembles hailing from nations sharing President Mandela’s prized notions of “Hope, Justice & Unity” will perform collaborative concerts and exchange cultures through shared workshops and side-by-side rehearsals with select community choral groups and youth choirs alike, all while participating in outreach and service projects across the Greater Washington region.

    Featuring five multi-choral performances on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage—as well as the always anticipated Serenade! mass choir concert inside the Kennedy Center Concert Hall—Serenade! ensembles will perform seven additional concerts at stunning and historic venues in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

    On Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. on the stage of the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, the Serenade! Choral Festival’s “Mandela at 100: Songs of Hope, Justice & Unity” celebration concludes with a truly grand finale, highlighted by individual performances from all participating ensembles, as well as two world premieres commissioned by Classical Movements’ own Eric Daniel Helms New Music Program for the entire 2018 Serenade! mass choir, conducted by Scott Tucker, Artistic Director of the Choral Arts Society of Washington: Ibn Arabī Recitation by Classical Movements’ Composer-in-Residence Kinan Azmeh and decorated South African composer Qinisela Sibisi’s brand-new setting of Nelson Mandela’s most famous words, Let the New Age Dawn.

  • Top 50 best Classical Voices

    4:3:43

    A TOP 50 of the most popular Sacred music. Featuring composers such as J.S. Bach, Mozart, Pergolesi, Palestrina and Fauré. Performed by vocalists and choirs such as The Choir of King’s College Cambridge, Chamber Choir of Europe, Holland Boys Choir, Cappella Augustana, Angharad Gruffydd Jones, Lynne Dawson, Emma Kirkby and many others.

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    00:00:00 Requiem in D Minor, Op. 48: Pie Jesu
    00:04:03 Ave verum corpus, Op. 2
    00:06:44 Hear My Prayer, O Lord, Z. 15
    00:08:46 Stabat Mater in F Minor: No. 9, Sancta mater
    00:14:11 Déploration sur le mort de Johannes Ockeghem
    00:18:46 Ein deutsches Requiem, Op.45: IV. Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen
    00:24:38 Crucifixus
    00:27:59 Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlosers am Kreuze, Hob. XX:2: Es ist vollbracht!
    00:33:19 Stabat Mater
    00:44:36 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Aria. Erbarme Dich
    00:50:37 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Chorale. O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
    00:52:36 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Chorus. Wir setzen uns mit Tränen nieder
    00:58:03 Requiem in D Minor, K.626: No. 5, Recordare
    01:02:29 Hymn. Oh for a Closer Walk with God
    01:06:04 Messiah, HWV 56: I Know That My Redeemer Liveth
    01:11:54 Ave maris stella, EG 150
    01:14:44 Salve Regina in C Minor
    01:18:12 Requiem, Op. 9: Pie Jesu
    01:21:32 Requiem in D Minor, Op. 48: In Paradisum
    01:24:46 Ave verum corpus, K. 618
    01:28:20 Messe solennelle in A Major, Op.12: Panis Angelicus
    01:31:47 Stabat Mater Dolorosa
    01:35:39 Laudate Dominum, KV 339
    01:40:45 Locus iste, WAB 23
    01:43:19 Hymn. Ave maris stella
    01:49:02 Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11
    01:54:26 Miserere
    02:07:05 Requiem in D Minor, K.626: Requiem aeternam
    02:11:53 Ich habe Genug, BWV 82: Aria. Ich habe Genug
    02:19:37 Mass in C Minor KV 427: Aria. Et incarnatus est
    02:28:45 Ave Maria, Op. 12
    02:32:11 Stabat Mater in F Minor: No. 12, Quando corpus morietur
    02:35:59 Requiem in D Minor, K.626: No. 13, Lux aeterna
    02:41:41 Messiah, HWV 56: Hallelujah
    02:45:34 Geistliches Lied, Op.30
    02:50:43 Matthäus Passion, BWV 244: Aria. Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben
    02:55:26 Psalm 42
    03:00:45 Ave verum corpus
    03:05:02 3 Motets, Op. 69: I. Herr, nun lässest du deinen Diener in Frieden fahren
    03:10:01 Deutsche Messe, D. 872: No. 5, Zum Sanctus
    03:13:06 Requiem in D Minor, Op. 48: Sanctus
    03:16:20 Symphoniae Sacrea, Op. 6: XI. Benedicam Dominum In Omni Tempore
    03:20:01 Symphoniae Sacrea, Op. 6: XIII. Fili Mi, Absalon
    03:26:17 Symphoniae Sacrea, Op. 6: XVIII. Veni, Dilecte Mi, In Hortum Meum
    03:32:27 Symphoniae Sacrea, Op. 6: XX. Jubilate Deo In Chordis Et Organo
    03:35:18 A German Requiem, Op.45: IV. How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings
    03:40:48 Lamentations of Jeremiah
    03:48:18 Hymn of the Cherubim
    03:56:10 Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: When I am laid in earth
    04:00:31 Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147: X. Choral. Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude

  • Unisa Grade 1 List C: Hunting by Cornelius Gurlitt

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    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 1, List C: Hunting (Les Petits Chasseurs)

    Composer: Cornelius Gurlitt (1820 - 1901)

    © Unisa 2016

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    To request a piece or cover, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

  • Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman - Time To Say Goodbye

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    Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman: Time To Say Goodbye (HD)
    Live From Teatro Del Silenzio, Italy / 2007

    Listen to the best of Andrea Bocelli here:
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  • Young South African Guitar Prodigy - Josh Buchalter - Improv

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    The next Steve Vai - Josh Buchalter

  • New Year Music Mix 2020 🎉Best Music 2019 of Magic Records | No Copyright EDM

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    New Year Music Mix 2020 🎉Best Music 2019 of Magic Records | No Copyright EDM
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    19:11 Arc North - Limbo (ft. Veronica Bravo)
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  • Il Quinto - You raise me up

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    EXOTIC! There is no other way to describe the song by IL QUINTO, covering the most famous song of Norway, YOU RAISE ME UP in Zulu, one of the 11 official languages of South Africa.

    This is also the language spoken by most of its population. In Zulu the song is called UNGI KHULISA.

    You raise me up was composed by Rolf Lovland, Norway's most famous composer of pop music. He has written several Eurovision entries for Norway and in fact wrote two of the three Eurovision winners from Norway - LA DET SWINGE by Bobbysocks from 1985 and NOCTURNE by Secret garden from 1995. Brendan Graham wrote the English lyrics - Brendan himself is a Eurovision winning composer, having written the 1996 winning song THE VOICE by Eimear Quinn - this song by the way won Eurovision in 1996 in Oslo, the last time Eurovision had been in Oslo.

    Brian Kennedy (a Eurovision participant himself in 2006 with the fantastic Every song is a cry for love) sung it in English at the funeral of soccer legend George Best, and American Josh Groban heard the song, recorded it and had a runaway hit with it. Later Westlife covered it as well and sold a further several million copies. Il Divo recorded it in Spanish and Sanna Nielsen in Swedish on top of probably 100 or more English covers (of which 12 comes from South Africa).

    Now with the Zulu cover, the song moves into a new dimension and a copy was presented to Rolf Lovland in May 2010 in Oslo.

    Part classical, part Pop crossover, and completely unparalleled, Il Quinto consists of a dynamic mix of vocal power: high-tone opera, pop, and classic pop crossover. Highly regarded as a new musical force to be reckoned with, Il Quinto has been winning hearts with their unmistakable charm and vocal prowess across varied musical genres.

    Song: You raise me up (Zulu / African version)
    Artists: Il Quinto
    Composed by Rolf Lovland / Brendan Graham
    Zulu translation: David Phoshane / Dick Moholane
    Vocal arrangements: Dihan Slabbert
    Produced and arranged by Alistair Coakley (Hitman Music Productions)

    This is a demo recording.

    Copyright: Showtime Records (South Africa)
    ISRC - ZAQ2971000004

    Visuals provided courtesy of the South African Broadcasting Corporation in the interest of Tourism. Video edited by Showtime Records.

    Il Quinto's album, Facing a Miracle is available on iTunes, AmazonMP3, CD Baby and various other online music stores.

    Il Quinto website:
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  • Unisa Grade 6 List C: Einfach by Robert Schumann

    2:12

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 6, List C: Einfach from Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6 No. 5

    Composer: Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856)

    © Unisa 2016

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    For requests, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

  • Eve Boswell & Dan Hill - Boerekos

    1:54

    Eve Boswell was born Eva Keleti, in Budapest, in 1924, the only daughter of a professional pair who toured the world with their musical act. Educated in Lausanne, Switzerland, she studied classical piano at the famous Lausanne Academy before joining her parents as a teenager. The act changed its name to the Three Hugos and as such made its debut in a Paris night-club.

    When the Second World War was declared in September 1939, the act was on tour in England. The family was classified as alien, so, taking a job with the Boswell Circus, they promptly departed for a tour of South Africa. Here Trevor McIntosh, the son of the owner, taught Eve to speak English, and the two fell in love. In time they married.

    It was Trevor who encouraged Eve to sing and to change her name to Eve Boswell, after the circus. Soon she could be heard over South African radio singing with Roy Martin and his dance band from the Coconut Grove in Johannesburg. Adrian Foley (Lord Foley), a pianist and composer working in South Africa after the war, liked her voice. Alan Dell, the disc-jockey who was a local radio producer at that time, made some private recordings of her and Foley took them to London to play to prospective publishers.

    Geraldo (Gerald Bright), then the top dance band leader, heard them, liked them and sent Eve a telegram offering her three month’s work. Eve, Trevor and their small son Michael promptly sold up their African homestead and sailed for England. She opened with Geraldo at the Blackpool Winter Gardens on 1 June 1949. At the end of her first week Geraldo cancelled her contract and gave her a new one for a whole year. In the end she stayed with him for more than two years.

    In July 1950, while Geraldo and his band were playing for holidaymakers aboard the Queen Mary, Eve returned to South Africa for a working holiday, and also supplied the singing voice for the Hollywood star Vera-Ellen in her British film Happy Go Lovely (1950). This would turn out to be Eve's only brush with the cinema.

    She parted with Geraldo in January 1952 and with her husband as her manager launched herself on a solo career. Her first true hit came in August 1952, Sugar Bush, with its chorus of Oh we're never not gonna go home, we won't go and the extra gimmick of the closing chorus being sung in Afrikaans. In 1956 she released her first LP, Sugar and Spice, on which she sang 10 songs in nine different languages. She toured regularly and also appeared on television frequently.

    The rock 'n' roll revolution of the 60s, with its basic beat, resulted in Eve gradually fading from public view. She died in Durban, South Africa, on 13 August 1998.

    This song is off the album Goeie Nuus! Good News! released in 1962.

  • Unisa Grade 1 List C: Folk Song by Paul Loeb van Zuilenberg

    47

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 1, List C: Folk Song

    Composer: Paul Loeb van Zuilenberg (1926 - )

    © Paul Loeb van Zuilenberg sr 2002

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    To request a piece or cover, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

  • Unisa Grade 5 List C: Sérénade sur leau by Jacques Ibert

    1:27

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 5, List C: Sérénade sur l'eau from Petite Suite en quinze images

    Composer: Jacques Ibert (1890 - 1962)

    © 1944 by Edition Foetisch. Hug & Co. Musikverlage, Zürich.

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

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    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

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  • Slow it Down - Unisa Grade 2 List B Playful Dialogue

    1:56

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 2, List B: Playful Dialogue

    Composer: Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778 - 1837)

    © Unisa 2016.

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

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  • Unisa Grade 2 List A: Andantino con Grazia by Georg Friedrich Händel

    1:02

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 2, List A: Andantino con Grazia

    Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel (1685 - 1759)

    © 1960 Consolidated Music Publishers.

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

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    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

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  • Unisa Grade 1 List C: Sneaky Business by Martha Mier

    1:10

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 1, List C: Sneaky Business

    Composer: Martha Mier (1936 - )

    © 1998 by Alfred Music

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

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    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

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  • Unisa Grade 1 List C: Valse Triste by Robert Washburn

    1:03

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 1, List C: Valse Triste

    Composer: Robert Washburn (1928 - 2013)

    © Oxford University Press Inc. 1970

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

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  • FKJ live @ Salar de Uyuni for Cercle

    1:32:33

    FKJ playing an exclusive live set in world's largest salt flat Salar de Uyuni for Cercle.
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    Video credits:

    Artist: FKJ
    Venue: Salar de Uyuni
    Produced by Cercle
    Executive producers: Philippe Tuchmann & Derek Barbolla
    Film directed by: Pol Souchier & Derek Barbolla
    Directors of photography: Mathieu Glissant
    Sound engineer: Laurent de Boisgisson & Thomas Cooksey
    Assisted by: Aurélien Moisan
    Sound mastering: Laurent de Boisgisson
    Drone: Alexis Olas
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    Special thanks to Terra Andina, Conacine, French Embassy in Bolivia , French Alliance in Bolivia & Live Buzz for all their support.

    This artistic performance has been recorded live.

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    Interview:

    Derek (Cercle):
    − So, I’m a bit moved because what we just experienced was incredible, but I wanted to ask how it felt to be playing in the middle of this natural landscape and not in front of people as you’re used to?

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − Well, there was a lot less pressure, less expectations,
    − I didn’t see the reaction of the people in front of me that I usually interpret in a good or a bad way, sometimes I do interpret their reaction the right way but sometimes it completely wrong, in the end it’s all in my head but here there’s no audience so I’m by myself, I’m a bit like in my room except that have something incredible in front of me so it was easier to adventure myself in unknown territories…

    Derek (Cercle):
    − You lost yourself in your music tonight?

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − I was Lost

    Derek (Cercle):
    − It was really incredible.
    − There are a lot of people that have been asking questions online but I will start with one which I believe was asked by Emero: How were you inspired by Bolivia and this specific location ?

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − Well exactly, the inspiration came from the location.
    − Here I didn’t want the location to be just a background to my music but my music to be the soundtrack of the location.
    − That’s why I didn’t play many of my songs, I played a few that I thought worked well with this location but for the rest I was just looking around and being inspired by this place, by the nature around

    Derek (Cercle):
    − It’s true that I heard many tunes that I didn’t know so there were a lot of unreleased.

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − It wasn’t even unreleased.

    Derek (Cercle):
    − They were never released.

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − Yeah, they were not unreleased, probably will never be released

    Derek (Cercle):
    − Well we were privileged to hear them.

    Derek (Cercle):
    − Often the themes that we find in your tracks are the skyline and the notion of going home: Why those two themes? What inspires you in those themes?

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − The skyline is a metaphor for trying to reach your goals in life, make your dreams come true
    − And go back home is really about travelling
    − The track I don’t want to go back home that I played; I played because it made sense here, I really didn’t want to go back home, I just wanted to keep traveling here
    − go back home references the fact that I’m constantly traveling and that I feel good traveling

    Derek (Cercle):
    − Ok, I think we’re going to end the interview now with the mystery box which is a little gift that we are going to offer you. It’s a tradition but with all the emotions I forgot to take it with me, so someone is running to bring it
    − As Aurelien arrives I wanted to thank you for this incredible live

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − Thank you for organizing all of this

    Derek (Cercle):
    − I also wanted to thank all the technical team, I think there were around 19 people involved who are really incredible people that worked really hard to prepare this show. So, a huge thank you to them because there wouldn’t have been a show without them, thank you
    − And here is the gift, that we offer you with a strong wind. It was made by a local shop, Lam, and is 100% Alpaga

    Vincent (FKJ):
    − I’m going to put it right away because I’m freezing.
    − Thank you very much guys, I had a wonderful time. I will listen to it tomorrow because I don’t know how the result sounded

    Derek (Cercle):
    − It was beautiful
    − Thank you, you really honored this location
    − Thank you to our partners whose names will appear on the screen and in the credits
    − Thank you for being so many of you following us as always and see you in two weeks

  • Marnus Greyling performs Toccata by E. Gigout

    3:04

    South African organist Marnus Greyling performs the famous Toccata in b minor by the French composer Eugene Gigout. The organ is the Brindley & Foster Grand Organ which stands in the Pietermaritzburg City Hall, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. The organ was built in 1901 but is no longer in proper working condition.

    Die bekende Tokkate in b mineur, gekomponeer deur die Franse komponis Eugene Gigout, word deur die Suid-Afrikaanse orrelis, Marnus Greyling, uitgevoer. Die orrel is in 1901 deur die Engelse orrelboufirma Brindley & Foster gebou, en is in die Pietermaritzburg Stadsaal in Kwazulu-Natal, Suid-Afrika te vinde. Die orrel is tans ongelukkig nie meer in 'n volle werkende toestand nie.

  • Unisa Grade 2 List C: Gavottina by P. L. van Zuilenberg

    1:05

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 2, List C: Gavottina

    Composer: Paul Loeb van Zuilenburg (1926 - )

    © Paul Loeb van Zuilenburg Sr 2002

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

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    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

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  • Yiruma, - River Flows in You

    3:30

    ??? ??? ?? ??? “River Flows In You” 10??? ???? ??? ??? ??? ?? [The Best Reminiscent 10th Anniversary]? ??? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ??? 'Reminiscent', LG TV ???? 'Infinia', ????? OST '??'? ?? ?????. Yiruma, a popular Korean pianist and composer released the album [The Best Reminiscent 10th Anniversary] to commemorate 10th Anniversary. His most popular pieces include on the album including ‘River Flows in You’, ‘Kiss the Rain’ & ‘May Be’. Also includes 3 new tracks- ‘Infinia’, ‘Reminiscent’ & ‘Fairy Tale’. Youtube: Available on iTunes Twitter: Facebook: Music video by Yiruma performing River Flows In You. (C) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment Korea Inc.

  • Michael Jackson Tribute - Heal The World - Child Prodigy Cover | Maati Baani

    6:45

    Child prodigies across the globe come together to Heal The World! MaatiBaani - a world music duo from India pays a tribute to the King Of Pop- an artist that has touched millions of hearts through his music! Happy Birthday Michael, We miss You.

    We send our Love to each and every place in the world affected by violence with this endeavour because #LoveHeals.

    Original Song Composer / Performer : Michael Jackson
    Original Lyrics : Michael Jackson
    Rap Lyrics : Sparsh Shah
    Cover Produced by : Kartik Shah (Maati Baani )
    Directed and Edited by : Kartik Shah
    Mixed and Mastered by : Devang Rachh
    Talent Co-ordinators - Aparna Ashok, Krupa Shah, Manish Shukla
    Colorist - Swapnil Patole ( Famous Studios, Mumbai)
    Video Produced by SuitCase


    MaatiBaani is a world music duo ( Kartik and Nirali ) who collaborates frequently with artistes from different countries and cultures. More about the band


    RAP ( written by Sparsh Shah Purhythm)
    Save this world so precious,
    So blessed and so dear;
    Protect it's beauty and splendor,
    Don't let that disappear.
    Preserve our animals and plants,
    And humankind as well;
    So that our future generations,
    Can have a story to tell.
    Protect us from evil,
    And spread the word of good;
    Of peace, love, justice,
    Virtue and brotherhood.
    'Cause we only have one Earth,
    And we can't waste our motherland;
    So let's move as one force,
    I think it's time to take a stand!

    ARTISTS
    Angelica Hale (USA) - VOCALS
    Capri Aliyah Everitt (Canada) - VOCALS
    Jordan Bijan (Canada) - VOCALS
    Sparsh Shah Purhythm (USA) - VOCALS
    Andranik Khachikyan (USA) - VOCALS
    Raina Dowler (USA) - VOCALS
    Brandon Niederauer (USA) - GUITAR
    C (Canada) - GUITAR
    Mic (Canada) - BASS
    Alisa Sadikova (Russia) - HARP
    Lydian Nadhaswaram (India) - PIANO
    Jonathan Carollo (USA) - WASHING MACHINE
    Kanade Sato (Japan) - DRUMS
    Freddie and Teddie Tisdale (USA) - TAP DANCERS
    Shayaan Udeshi (India) - TABLA
    Stef (Canada) - KEYS
    Leah Flynn (USA) - VIOLIN

    The West Los Angeles Children's Choir (USA)
    Christian Rice
    Scarlett Royal
    Andranik Khachikyan
    Sasha Skibo
    Lillian Grace Tripp
    Janet Yang
    Raina Dowler
    Simone Seven
    Sabrina Seven
    Jaiden Pangan
    Valerie Mata
    Tiare Mata
    Osi Holt
    Sophia De’Shea Lavende

    Director : Barbara Klaskin Silberg

    Geni Strings LA (USA)
    Edward Cadow
    Natalie Cadow
    Grace Ellzey
    Ian Lee

    Produced by : Sherry Cadow and Amy Ellzey

    Mamelodi Choir (South Africa)
    Moshe
    Gaolahle
    Faith
    Phumzile
    Tumisho
    Rea
    Thobile
    Mpho

    Produced by : Nana

    THANKS TO PARENTS
    Oleg Sadikova, Tamara Sadikova (Russia)
    James Hale, Eva Hale (USA)
    Gary Niederauer, Alexandra Niederauer (USA)
    Kerrie and Tom Everitt (Canada)
    Varshan Sathish, Jhansi (India)
    Daniel Bijan (Canada)
    Dan Carollo, Susan Carollo (USA)
    Masanori Sato (Japan)
    Alois Aloo (South Africa)
    Hiren Shah , Jigisha Shah (USA)
    Freddie and Cassandra Tisdale (USA)
    Suril Udeshi, Chaitalii Udeshi (India)
    Lennox & Paula Flynn (USA)

    TEACHERS
    Olga Shevelevich (Russia)
    Tricia Grey, Maria McDaniel (USA)
    Varshan Sathish (India)
    Nana (South Africa)
    Barbara Klaskin Silberg (Director) (USA)
    Kelsey McCowan (USA)
    Vinod Vaishnaiv, Saptak School of Music (India)
    Barbara Klaskin Silberg (Director) (USA)
    Sherry Cadow and Amy Ellzey (USA)

    RECORDING STUDIOS
    Dare Studios (USA)
    Varshan Studios Chennai (India)
    Called to Create (USA)
    YSGK Studio (Japan)
    The Fresh Cut Records (South Africa)
    Rumble Studios (USA)
    The Village Studio (USA)
    Echelon Studio (USA)
    Harmony Studios (India)
    The Village Studio (USA)
    Real Feel Recording (USA)
    DiaDan Studios (USA)
    Splice Studios (India)
    Lotus Feet (India)

    SOUND ENGINEERS
    James Hale
    Michael Epstine
    Kartik Shah
    Varshan Sathish
    Daniel Bijan
    Paul Miller
    Masanori Sato
    Christiaan Rabie
    Arpit Gandhi
    Jeff Gartenbaum
    Joseph McQueen
    Vijay Advani
    Will Snyder
    Ryan DeRemer

    ASSISTANT ENGINEERS
    Annette Cisneros
    Eve Reichstad
    Video Direction and Editing :
    Kartik Shah ( Maati Baani )

    VIDEOGRAPHERS
    Peter Blaha
    James Hale
    Greg Horowitz Photography
    Murali Subramaniam
    Daniel Bijan
    James Starlin
    Masanori Sato
    Roger Van Der Merwe
    Arpit Gandhi / Jigisha Shah
    Kayte Deioma Creative
    Prashant Pipaliya
    Jacob Lee / Andre Watson
    Mohit Soni
    Tom Edwards

    SPECIAL THANKS
    Alexander Andrushchenko (Translator)
    Charlie Koyoma (Translator)
    School of Rock the Musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Sammamish City Hall (filmed on location)

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  • Slow it Down - Unisa Grade 1 List A Badinage

    2:48

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 1, List A: Badinage

    Composer: Arcangelo Corelli (1653 - 1713)

    © 2002 by Faber Music Ltd and Trinity College London

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

  • Eve Boswell - Anna

    2:51

    Eve Boswell was born Eva Keleti, in Budapest, in 1924, the only daughter of a professional pair who toured the world with their musical act. Educated in Lausanne, Switzerland, she studied classical piano at the famous Lausanne Academy before joining her parents as a teenager. The act changed its name to the Three Hugos and as such made its debut in a Paris night-club.

    When the Second World War was declared in September 1939, the act was on tour in England. The family was classified as alien, so, taking a job with the Boswell Circus, they promptly departed for a tour of South Africa. Here Trevor McIntosh, the son of the owner, taught Eve to speak English, and the two fell in love. In time they married.

    It was Trevor who encouraged Eve to sing and to change her name to Eve Boswell, after the circus. Soon she could be heard over South African radio singing with Roy Martin and his dance band from the Coconut Grove in Johannesburg. Adrian Foley (Lord Foley), a pianist and composer working in South Africa after the war, liked her voice. Alan Dell, the disc-jockey who was a local radio producer at that time, made some private recordings of her and Foley took them to London to play to prospective publishers.

    Geraldo (Gerald Bright), then the top dance band leader, heard them, liked them and sent Eve a telegram offering her three month’s work. Eve, Trevor and their small son Michael promptly sold up their African homestead and sailed for England. She opened with Geraldo at the Blackpool Winter Gardens on 1 June 1949. At the end of her first week Geraldo cancelled her contract and gave her a new one for a whole year. In the end she stayed with him for more than two years.

    In July 1950, while Geraldo and his band were playing for holidaymakers aboard the Queen Mary, Eve returned to South Africa for a working holiday, and also supplied the singing voice for the Hollywood star Vera-Ellen in her British film Happy Go Lovely (1950). This would turn out to be Eve's only brush with the cinema.

    She parted with Geraldo in January 1952 and with her husband as her manager launched herself on a solo career. Her first true hit came in August 1952, Sugar Bush, with its chorus of Oh we're never not gonna go home, we won't go and the extra gimmick of the closing chorus being sung in Afrikaans. In 1956 she released her first LP, Sugar and Spice, on which she sang 10 songs in nine different languages. She toured regularly and also appeared on television frequently.

    The rock 'n' roll revolution of the 60s, with its basic beat, resulted in Eve gradually fading from public view. She died in Durban, South Africa, on 13 August 1998.

    This song was released on the album Eve, as well as on the 10 album Sugar And Spice, both in 1956.

  • Unisa Grade 2 List B: Playful Dialogue by Johann Nepomuk Hummel

    1:22

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 2, List B: Playful Dialogue

    Composer: Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778 - 1837)

    © Unisa 2016.

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    For requests, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

  • Unisa Grade 5 List A: Two-part Invention in F Major by J. S. Bach

    1:18

    This piece forms part of the Unisa piano syllabus (2016 - present).

    Grade 5, List A: Two-part Invention in F Major, BWV 779

    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)

    © Unisa 2016

    Pianist: Karin Meyer

    Produced by pug'npiano (

    Recorded at ScoreS2Duo (

    For requests, please email karin@pugnpiano.com

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