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There he settled in Orléans and later, Paris , where he took a degree in psychology and sought treatment for his poor eyesight. He flourished as a singer, coming in third in La fine fleur de la chanson, a national song contest. In the '90s, Akendengue embarked on much more adventurous shores; together with French composer and producer Hughes de Courson he released Lambarena, an experiment in merging the music of German baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach with African traditional music. 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. Most recently Akendengue has been working to document and preserve the music of the Pymgy and Bantu peoples of Gabon's forest belt. It was during his student days that he first became interested in a musical career, enrolling at the famous Petit Conservatoire de la Chanson in

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But while Akendengué's European career began to take off, his visibility back home in Gabon began to suffer, as he could no longer afford to return home to perform on a regular basis. By the late '70s, Akendengué was frustrated with being pigeonholed as merely a protest singer and begin to focus more on composing and instrumental arrangements.


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.

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.

This is a shame, as -- like Bebey and N'Dour -- he was already active when the term "world music" was not even coined yet, and the work of this innovator belongs on the shelves of the timeless and great music of our era and should therefore be widely known. Akendengue started composing as a child, and when he was a teenager, his songs were already broadcasted on Gabonese radio stations.


When he was in his twenties he came to France to study literature and psychology. During this time he was confronted with quickly deteriorating eyesight which eventually led to his blindness.

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.