playingforchange.com - From the award-winning documentary, "Playing For Change: Peace Through Music", comes an incredible rendition of the legendary Bob Marley song "One Love" with Keb' Mo' and Manu Chao. This is the third video from the documentary and a follow up to the classic "Stand By Me" and the incredible "Don't Worry." Released in celebration of Bob Marley's birthday on February 6th, this tribute to the legend is performed by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it traveled the globe.
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Playing For Change is proud to present a new video of the song "What A Wonderful World" featuring Grandpa Elliott with children's choirs across the globe. In these hard times children and music bring us hope for a better future. Today we celebrate life and change the world one heart and one song at a time!!
We are proud to have partnered with Okaïdi clothing in the production of this Song Around the World. Now through the end of the year, Okaïdi will provide 1 euro from the sale of each t-shirt to the Playing For Change Movement. Funds raised through this campaign will go to support PFC musicians and the PFC Foundation's music education programs around the world. Thank you for your support of the Playing For Change Movement!!
Short documentary of tembang "Balumbangku". Tembang is a kind of javanesse folk song pattern and developed by various models as like, slendro, langgam and stambul. This tembang compose by Mr. Al-Makmun. Husband of Ibu Hj. Endang Suciati and fater of Cik Zahroh Al-Khusna.
Folk Mataraman Institute invite you to enjoy this video and shares the experiences of joyful of work art based on fols cultural movement.
The first music school created by the Foundation opened its doors in spring 2009. It is located in the township of Gugulethu, in the suburbs of Cape Town. The school offers music classes to children between 8 and 20 years old: musical theory, instruments (piano, guitar, drums, brass winds…), rehearsals, performances. Discover the music school and meet with Tiana, one of our amazing music students at Ntonga.