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In April , Akendengué released Gorée, a moving meditation on the African slave trade based on the slave fort on Senegal's Gorée Island. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are as essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. He flourished as a singer, coming in third in La fine fleur de la chanson, a national song contest. In he was recognized for his outstanding work on behalf of Gabonese culture with the award of the "Prix d'excellence" at the Africa Music awards in Libreville. Akendengue started composing as a child, and when he was a teenager, his songs were already broadcasted on Gabonese radio stations.

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En , il est signé par CBS et sort l'album Mando intégralement chanté en myené qui devient un must de sa discographie.

Malheureusement, le public ne suit pas et Pierre Akendengué reste un artiste confidentiel malgré des tournées à travers l'Europe. Pierre Akendengué sort en Espoir à Soweto où il dit son espoir de voir s'achever la politique d'apartheid en Afrique du Sud.


Pierre Akendengué passe ensuite du statut d'artiste contestataire à celui d'artiste officiel en devenant conseiller du Ministère de la Culture et du président Omar Bongo. Pierre Akendengué s'attelle en au projet Lambarena avec Hugues de Courson qui voit la rencontre des cantates de Jean-Sebastien Bach et des chants africains.


Sa riche oeuvre se poursuit entre une tournée avec Ismaël Lo et des albums comme Gorée en , et Vérité d'Afrique en In he also founded his own label, Ntche Homeland , and began to focus on behind-the-scenes aspects of the business and developing young new artists.

But the label went under in after releasing only three albums.

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Released in , the album was produced by French visionary Hugues de Courson and featured over thirty session musicians and some of Akendengué's most incendiary lyrics to date sung entirely in the Myéné language of Gabon. He toured extensively following this record before returning to Gabon in There, despite increasingly serious health and vision problems, Akendengué continued to record sporadically, compiling a greatest hits album Passé Composé and an anti-apartheid album Espoir à Soweto as the '80s waned.


In the early '90s, Akendengué once again teamed up with Hugues de Courson to record his masterpiece, Lambarena, an ambitious, groundbreaking musical tribute to Dr. Albert Schweitzer that set J.

Bach's "Passion of St. John" to the accompaniment of traditional folkloric ensembles from Gabon.


Recorded in Paris in a marathon session that lasted almost one hundred days, de Courson and Akendengue teamed up a European classical choir and orchestral players with ten different Gabonese ensembles as well as a battery of soloists, including Brazilian percussionist Nana Vasconcelos. The result was one of the most sublime and intricate fusions of European art music and African traditional music ever recorded, and it remains a touchstone for African music aficionados to this day.

Always deeply engaged on a cultural level, Akendengué worked as a close assistant to Gabon's Minister of Culture and eventually became one of President Omar Bongo's most influential advisors on cultural matters.