Music from Sierra Leone – SMAC

Sierra Leone complained for more than 50 days not a single case of Ebola. This are  great news and great News should be celebrated. In Western countries, one  would have a press notice released  and allow ministers to visit hospitals. But West Africa works differently: the  SMAC sends first a beautifully optimistic music video in the world. We twerk with them

Music from the US – Ornette Coleman

Randolph Denard Ornette Coleman (March 9, 1930 – June 11, 2015) was an American jazz saxophonist, violinist, trumpeter and composer. He was one of the major innovators of the free jazz movement of the 1960s, a term he invented with the name of an album. Coleman’s timbre was easily recognized: his keening, crying sound drew heavily on blues music. His album Sound Grammar received the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for music.

Other Jazz musicians called him crazy , here is one of his songs , i know Free Jazz ist not erverybody´s darling ^^

Music from Tibet – Kalsang Yarphel

Kalsang Yarphel, 38 years-old, is from the Makig Dara township in Machu County, north-eastern Tibet.

On 14 July 2013 he was arrested by the Chinese authorities after he organised concerts and sang songs about Tibetan national pride.

Since that time he has been held without trial or formal prosecution in a detention centre in Chengdu. (From Free Tibet) See other musicians here

by Kalsang Yarphel

Tibetans, we learn Tibetan, speak Tibetan, it is our duty to do so
Tibetans, we unite, unite all three areas of Tibet together
Tibetans, we being brave, being brave reminding ourselves that years are mixtures of happiness and sorrow
Tibetans, we express our joy and woe, thinking of the future of Tibet, we chase our dreams
Tibetans, we hold national pride, march forward proudly shoulder to shoulder
Tibetans, we work hard, we are the future inheritance of Tibet’s new generation