BEYONDMUSIC
Marc Ndzana

ABOUT ME

my name is Ndzana Tebede Marc Stephane I am from Cameroon I am 30 years old. I started music very young at the age of 8 and today I live from my passion. during my musical journey I had the chance to accompany international artists such as Youssou Ndour, Ayo, Ron Kenoly, Singuila, Locko, and I continue to work on projects that will see the light of day soon.
  • Creativity
  • Making a difference
  • Responsibility

Cultural background

  • Christmas Island

PROJECT MUSIC

4:20
Feel the Sunrise
"Feel the Sunrise" is an ode to the sun to celebrate its abundance, its beauty and generosity. The water, the plants and all beings in this planet are following the cycle of the sun. We need it every day and yet we take it for granted. In this piece two voices converse with the complicity of a drum and a tapestry of electronic tones. Together Marc Ndzana’s drums, Paola Munda and Seheno’s vocals celebrate the Sunrise, this beautiful energy that makes our planet rise with the sun no matter what. Despite the distance, the time zone and the fact that we are coming from different continents, technology and musical fraternity have made this encounter possible.
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  • African
  • Electronic
  • Fusion
  • Neo-Soul
  • Pop
  • Vocal
  • World
  • Singer
  • Synthesizer
  • Drum machine
  • Drum set
  • Cameroon
  • France
  • Italy
  • Madagascar
  • United States of America
4:42
BAGLE SI
The power is in you. You are one with the Universe and the Creator. Earth must be saved. his spirit wanders over seas and mountains. Listen in the sound of the waves as nature weeps, She is dying a little more every day. During my trip to Senegal , I had the chance to learn to express my feelings through melody, song and rhythm. this song unites several musical universes, so find out. Despite the Covid, I was fortunate to work with musicians such as Brice Essomba, Caroline Etoa, Ben Bossambo and Sandro Friedrich with whom we spoke during this difficult period for this result.
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  • Fusion
  • Singer
  • Electric piano
  • Grand piano
  • Bass guitar
  • Drum set
  • Flute
  • Cameroon
  • Senegal
  • Swaziland
5:41
Crescer
This music is born in Africa, it grows in Europe but it carries the global and urgent call that today sounds in the voices of children all over the world. Children claiming their own futures manifest themselves publicly as adults, demanding of us a greater and deeper reflection on the impacts that each attitude today will have tomorrow for everyone. Children who postpone school because they understand that without water school does not make sense. Children who grow up to re-teach us to love and preserve Nature. Girls and boys who are authentic hymns to Life, and who represent huge "open eyes" full of that hope that adults lost while growing up. Little beings who recognize their main mission from an early age, and who surrender to a perfect harmony with all beings and with Nature.
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  • African
  • Early Modal
  • Easy Listening
  • Fusion
  • Improvisational
  • Instrumental
  • Jazz
  • New Age
  • Vocal
  • World
  • Singer
  • Grand piano
  • Guitar
  • Balafon
  • Dhol
  • Malimba
  • Maraca
  • Udu
  • Fula flute
  • Cameroon
  • Portugal
4:15
Mundi mwa wasé
Mundi mwa wasé in duala language from Cameroon means "Earth".This song is an ode to the physical beauty of the Earth and its components in order to realise how precious is our dear planet and that we should manage all our efforts to keep it as marvelous and wonderful as it is.
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  • African
  • Jazz
  • Background vocals
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Piano
  • Bass guitar
  • Cello
  • Viola
  • Violin
  • Drum set
  • Piccolo
  • Saxophone
  • Trumpet
  • Cameroon
  • Germany
  • Senegal
4:17
Ila dunia ( save the earth )
Ila dunia(save the earth) Ila Dunia which means (save the earth) is a song that challenges us all to become aware of the state of our planet. Human beings exploit, ruin and destroy nature. The damage caused by our way of life is such that if nothing is done it could lead to irreversible consequences. This song that I suggest, is a call to change, in our habits, our vision, and our way of life. There is always a hope of saving our world, it that saw us being born and, which is obviously a unique gift that we can never replace.
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  • World
  • Vocal ensemble
  • Grand piano
  • Electric guitar
  • Violin
  • Drum set
  • Kalimba
  • Armenia
  • Cameroon
  • India
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