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The Global Citizen Festival, the international advocacy organisation that targets extreme poverty, announded the lineup for its Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in Johannesburg on 2 December
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: 9 July 2018
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01895
'Symphonic Soweto', a music album by the Soweto Gospel Choir and Wouter Kellerman is a tribute to Nelson Mandela The album also features the KwaZulu-Natal Philarmonic, Angelique Kidjo and others. It won the 'Best adult contemporary album' award during the 2018 South African Music Awards.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: April 2018
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01885
The CD "Zvepa a Moyo"(from the heart) has been dedicated to Mandela by the artist Ashley. The first track on the album is called "Madiba".
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CD
Date: 21 June 2017
City: Boulder
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01871
A Music video was produced to honour Mandela for a Mandela Day Concert at an educational institution.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: July 2016
City: Sunshine Beach
Country: Australia
Continent: Australia
Reference ID: T01861
David Jenkins composed the song "Madiba" in his honour.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: November 2016
City: Durban
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01853
The second 'Caravan Tribute Nelson Mandela', a concert with international performers, in honour of Nelson Mandela and Ubuntu took place in Berlin.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: 5 December 2014
City: Berlin
Country: Germany
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01769
A small Jazz Festival in Auvernier was held in commemoration of Nelson Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 30 August 2014
City: Auvernier
Country: Switzerland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01736
The song 'Robben Island' by Amanda Lois Stone is dedicated to Mandela
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 28 April 2014
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01689
A Musical Collaboration called 'Under Madiba Skies' by Gran Kino in France.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: 2014
Country: France
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01670
The CD "In memory of Nelson Mandlea - we will remember you" was recorded and published by Percival Studios
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CD
Date: 2014
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01857
The song 'Goodbye Madiba' by Laurent le Verger has been dedicated to Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence and CD
Date: December 2014
City: Franconville
Country: France
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01783
The song 'Madibaland' decicated to Nelson Mandela by Ampie du Preez
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: November 2014
Country: South Africa
Reference ID: T01784
The song 'Peace World' has been composed by Team Africa in tribute of Nelson Mandela for the 'Torch for Peace' campaign.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: 2014
Country: France
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01696
The songs African Legend and Good Shepherd by Danliz Scania.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: 2014
Reference ID: T01669
Lyrics of the song 'Mandela Madiba' by Phil Morrison, composed by him in December 2013.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 6 December 2013
City: Boston
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01900
The song 'Viva Madiba' is written and composed by Anton Goosen and is performed in 8 languages by Anton Goosen, Gloria Bosman, Rebecca Malope, Dozi, Helena Hettma, Charlize Berg, Theo van Rensburg, Manual Escorcio, Kathy Neuland and Mammie Ntsauba.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 27 June 2013
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01826
King Charles composed the song 'Lov Madiba' featuring vocalist Katie Melua and Shingai Shonowai. The proceeds of the sale will benefit the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: 26 June 2013
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01713
Mel Stevens composed and recorded a Tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: correspondence
Date: 2013
City: Durban
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01677
Of Dance and Struggle: A musical Tribute to the Life of Nelson Mandela; Concert presented by the Elon University Music Department.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 12 November 2012
Place: University of Elon
City: Burlington
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Notes: Concert presented by the Elon University Music Department with Karen Walwyn (composer), Jason Aryeh (choreographer) featuring the Elon University Chorale, Gerald R. Knight (conductor) and Karen Walwyn (guest artist/composer) in the McCary Theatre at Elon Univesity
Reference ID: T01495
Choral songs of Praise for Mandiba, Opus 2, by Norman Maake Chauke. Seven songs composed by him.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 2012
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01609
Rock, vulture and chain music for clarinet, violin, viola and violacello composed by David Kosviner is dedicated to Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 2012
City: Vienna
Country: Austria
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01694
Mandela Triology: a production from Michael Williams with 3 different composers; the Cape Town Opera's Voice of the Nation Ensemble, several dance companies and the KZN Philharmonic opened in Durban in July 2011 at the start of a national and international tour.The Mandela Triology is a new version of an original opera developend and devised by Cape Town Opera for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: 30 July 2011
City: Durban and touring thereafter
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01391
Happy Birthday Tata Madiba: a special birthday song was broadcast on all Primedia radio stations countrywide and close to 12 million school children participated.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Date: 18 July 2011
City: nation wide
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01394
'The Mandela Suite' is composed by the Irish musician John Hughes. It included full orchestra and choir whilst the lyrics are written in the 11 official languages of South Africa. The words of Mr Mandela's short speech of 2001 to musicians have been used in the lyrics.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Date: 28 March 2011
Country: Ireland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01813
A song named: The Heart of a Man (a song for Madiba) by Michael Rodger.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CDs
Date: 2011
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01462
An old Mexican love song with original lyrics was composed and sung by a sixty nine year old Peter Hindmarch from UK to celebrate Mr. Mandela's life. The song is on You Tube under the title 'Mandela Peter Martino'
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media reports
Date: September 2011
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01453
Karl Jenkins' CD 'The Peacemakers' is inspired by and dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King and others.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CD
Date: 2011
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01559
Tribute Concerts to Nelson Mandela: The inaugural Tribute concert was held in Cape Town in June and the second concert was held in Johannesburg on 31 July.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: June and July 2011
City: Cape Town and Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01392
African Songbook: A musical Tribute to the life of Nelson Mandela. Performed by Cape Town Opera in association with Artscape and the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media reports
Date: 17 June 2010
Place: Opera House at the Artscape
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01395
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'.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Auditorium Theatre website.
Date: 11 March 2010
City: Chicago
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00624
Concert at Johannesburg Stadium in honour of Mandela's 90th birthday. Jointly organised by Nelson Mandela Foundation and Department of Arts and Culture.
Type: Other tributes named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Digital Photograph Collection
Date: 24 August 2008
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01070
The Hope in Action concert by the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic in celebration of Nelson Mandela's birthday.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Correspondence
Date: 21 July 2008
City: Chicago
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01610
As part of Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday celebrations, 46664 organised the sixth international 46664 concert to celebrate the 90th birthday of one great man at one amazing concert in Hyde Park, London. "Honouring Nelson Mandela at 90" drew thousands of people who joined the birthday celebrations which involved a star-studded line-up of international musicians and 46664 ambassadors.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: 46664
Date: 27 June 2008
Place: Hyde Park
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00448
Music recording by Paul Hanmer: Accused No.-1: Nelson Mandela. Music from the film Accused number 1: Nelson Mandela about the Rivonia Trial.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CD
Date: 1 January 2007
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01390
The song 'Mandela' by Gail Thompson and the Jazz Arica All Nations Big Band.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Album
Date: 5 February 2001
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01574
Salif Keita recorded the song "Mandela" on his album Folon.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1995
City:  Djoliba
Country: Mali
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01169
The song 'Usilethela Uxolo' - Mandela is bringing us peace by the ANC Choir
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CD
Date: 1994
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01639
Ronnie's songs for the Famous and Audio Cst. Song Nelson Mandela by Ronnie Hughes.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: 30 March 1993
City: Mansfield
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00769
Nigerian reggae musician Majek Fashek released the single "Free Mandela".
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1992
City: Benin City
Country: Nigeria
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01174
A music group in Venezuela is called the "Danzas Mandela", named after Mandela in his honour. The group preformes music, dance and theatre especially from people of African descent in the Barloventio region.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: YouTube and various other web sites
Date: 1990
Place: Barlovento region
Country: Venezuela
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00331
A song called 'The People want Mandela' was performed during the Human Rainbow Concert in Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg.Possibly recorded at RM Studios.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CD, media report, YouTube
Date: March 1990
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01536
Audio cassette "Azania 1990" dedicated to the President and the people of South Africa by Noel Porter.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: 1990
City: Dublin
Country: Ireland
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00770
The rock band Beyond released a Cantonese song "Days of Glory" referring to Mandela's struggle for racial equality.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1990
City: Hong Kong
Country: China
Continent: Asia
Reference ID: T01175
Brenda Fassie's song "Black President" was a tribute to Mandela and was banned in South Africa.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1989
Place: Langa
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01173
Nelson Mandela's 70th Birthday Tribute Concert, Wembley Stadium, London. Attended by audience of 72 000 and seen on TV by close to a billion people in over 60 countries.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: ANC website
Date: 11 June 1988
Place: Wembley Stadium
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00952
The Simple Minds recorded the song "Mandela Day", released on their album "Street Fighting Years" and written for their series of concerts throughout the US and Europe in 1988 .
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1988
City: Glasgow
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01166
The song 'Nelson Mandela, Sus Dos Amores' by the Cuban artist Pablo Milanes, appears on his album Prosposiciones.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Album
Date: 1988
Country: Cuba
Continent: South America
Reference ID: T01575
Tracy Chapman recorded the song "Freedom Now", released on her album Crossroads, dedicated to Mandela at the 1988 70th Birthday Concert in London.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1988
City: Cleveland
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01168
Whitney Houston performed at the 1988 70th Birthday Concert in London and dedicated the gospel song "He I Believe" to Nelson Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1988
City: East Orange
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01170
Hugh Masekela composed the song "Bring him back home (Nelson Mandela)" whilst in exile.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1987
City: Witbank
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01172
Santana recorded the instrumental "Mandela", released on his album "Freedom" for the 70th birthday concert in London.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1987
City: San Francisco
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01167
The song 'Asimbonanga' (We have not seen him) by Johnny Clegg refers to Nelson Mandela. The song was first released on the album "Third World Child ".
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: several music websites
Date: 1987
City: Bacup
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01171
The song 'Nelson born in the land of the sun' - a tribute to Nelson Mandela on his 90th birthday was recorded at the May Day Rally at Athlone Stadium, Cape Town
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Recording
Date: 1 May 1986
Place: Athlone
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01727
The song 'Die Struggle' by South African Rock/Punk band The Genuines was dedicated to Nelson Mandela. It was recorded in the studio of Shifty Records
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: web sites
Date: 1986
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01814
'Mandela Speaking' for Baritone Solo and Mixed Chorus (SATB) with Orchestra or Piano, first performed in London. Music composed by Alan Bush.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Alan Bush website
Date: 1985
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01552
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. He also sang 'Happy Birtday' for Mandela during the 1988 Birthday Concert in Wembley Stadium.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: website
Date: 1985
City: Saginaw
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T01165
Youssou N'Dour released an album with the song "Nelson Mandela".
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Youssou N'Dour website
Date: 1985
City: Dakar
Country: Senegal
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01162
Music recording ‘Free Nelson Mandela’ by the British group The Special AKA. Calendar notes: Madiba records sell well. Record calling for the release of Nelson Mandela has made a big impression on pop charts after only one week. "Free Nelson Mandela" by the Special AKA - a multi-racial group - is No. 4 on Capitol Radio charts & no. 68 on the national charts.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela's prison desk calendars
Date: 15 March 1984
City: Coventry
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T00337
The song 'Welele Mandela' (attention Mandela) by the Cultural Ensemble of the African National Congress, recorded on their album 'Amandla' in 1980. The group does not exist anymore
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Album
Date: 1980
City: Luanda
Country: Angola
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01554
The song 'Rolihlahla' by Mayibuye, the Cultural Unit of the African National Congress of South Africa, recorded on their album 'Spear of the Nation' in 1978. The group does not exist anymore.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Album
Date: 1978
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe
Reference ID: T01553
A carnival drum group (bantuqueiros) has been named after Nelson Mandela: Batuqueiros do Mandela in the slum of Mandela shanty town
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: 1990s
City: Rio de Janeiro
Country: Brazil
Continent: South America
Reference ID: T01812
A song called 'Nelson Mandela (Will never give up)' by Koko Ateba.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Record label
Date: unknown
Country: Cameroon
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01557
CD named "A Tribute to Nelson Mandela" by Melbra Rai.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: Nelson Mandela Museum Collection
Date: unknown
City: Washington, DC
Country: United States of America
Continent: North America
Reference ID: T00809
CD 'The Long Walk is Over' , written by Don Clarke & Kalla Bremer and performed by Don Clarke, Calvin Sthembiso & the Guns & Moses Choir.Don Clarke and Kalla Bremer won the Grand Prize of the 'Great American Song Contest' for the lyrics.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: CDs
Date: unknown
City: Howick
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01560
Dr P Peters sings in praise of President Mandela.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: unknown
Reference ID: T00771
Happy Birthday Madiba video by X-Attitude.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: NMF Gifts Collection
Date: unknown
Reference ID: T00772
Nelson Mandela - From Tears and Triumphs - the musical. A musical stage producation by the Mad Family.
Type: Arts, Culture and Sports related named after/dedicated to Mandela
Source: media report
Date: unknown
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T01607
Special Award for his contribution to the development of Kwaito Music in South Africa.
Type: Awards related to Arts, Culture and Sports
Source: NMF Awards Collection
Date: unknown
Country: South Africa
Continent: Africa
Reference ID: T00486

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