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United States Music dedicated to Mandela
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Lyrics of the song 'Mandela Madiba' by Phil Morrison, composed by him in December 2013
Lyrics of the song 'Mandela Madiba' by Phil Morrison, composed by him in December 2013
Santana recorded the instrumental "Mandela", released on his album "Freedom" for the 70th birthday concert in London
Santana recorded the instrumental "Mandela", released on his album "Freedom" for the 70th birthday concert in London
Chicago Jazz Philharmonics put on a production entitled "From Ella to Mandela" at the Auditorium Theatre, Roosevelt University, 'From Ella to Mandela: A Celebration of the African and American Spirit' presents a musical exploration of the contributions of the female vocalists to the jazz genre, and a Nelson Mandela-inspired suite, 'Hope in Action'
Chicago Jazz Philharmonics put on a production entitled "From Ella to Mandela" at the Auditorium Theatre, Roosevelt University, 'From Ella to Mandela: A Celebration of the African and American Spirit' presents a musical exploration of the contributions of the female vocalists to the jazz genre, and a Nelson Mandela-inspired suite, 'Hope in Action'
CD "Zvepa a Moyo"(from the heart) has been dedicated to Mandela by the artist Ashley
CD "Zvepa a Moyo"(from the heart) has been dedicated to Mandela by the artist Ashley
Of Dance and Struggle: A musical Tribute to the Life of Nelson Mandela; Concert presented by the Elon University Music Department
Of Dance and Struggle: A musical Tribute to the Life of Nelson Mandela; Concert presented by the Elon University Music Department
Stevie Wonder dedicated his 1985 award for the song "I Just Called to Say I love You" to Mandela resulting in his music being banned by the SABC
Stevie Wonder dedicated his 1985 award for the song "I Just Called to Say I love You" to Mandela resulting in his music being banned by the SABC
Hope in Action concert by the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic in celebration of Nelson Mandela's birthday
Hope in Action concert by the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic in celebration of Nelson Mandela's birthday
Ronnie's songs for the Famous and Audio Cst
Ronnie's songs for the Famous and Audio Cst
Tracy Chapman recorded the song "Freedom Now", released on her album Crossroads, dedicated to Mandela at the 1988 70th Birthday Concert in London
Tracy Chapman recorded the song "Freedom Now", released on her album Crossroads, dedicated to Mandela at the 1988 70th Birthday Concert in London
Whitney Houston performed at the 1988 70th Birthday Concert in London and dedicated the gospel song "He I Believe" to Nelson Mandela
Whitney Houston performed at the 1988 70th Birthday Concert in London and dedicated the gospel song "He I Believe" to Nelson Mandela
CD named "A Tribute to Nelson Mandela" by Melbra Rai
CD named "A Tribute to Nelson Mandela" by Melbra Rai