You want to know more about the fourth round of the Song Contest? Whether jury meetings, the grand finale, the studio productions for the EINE WELT album or the EINE WELT weekend – a lot happened again in this round! Here you will find numerous impressions of the milestones of the Song Contest 2021/2022. Have fun browsing!
The EINE WELT album (ONE WORLD album) Vol. 4 and all the winning songs of the fourth round of the song contest can be found here.
To the winning songs 2021/2022
After an intensive session, the main jury has chosen the winning songs of the current rounds of the Song Contest "Dein Song für EINE WELT!" (Your song for ONE WORLD). The album places, special and recognition prizes were chosen, as well as a top 5 that is still in the running for the title of EINE WELT song (ONE WORLD song): "Minutes to Midnight" by Anna Pilar from Berlin, "Die weiße Taube fliegt weg" by Ben B from Hamburg, "Qui s’élèvera?" by Hari Sue from Freiburg, „In A Dream“ by Malaika Wainwright, "Ohne ein Zuhause" by Emmylou & Lone from Freiburg.
It was not an easy decision for the jury, because the songs were all convincing in their diversity and strength of content. The jurors were impressed both by the topics dealt with in the songs and by the depth of the musical examination of them.
Stage photos: © Engagement Global / Christoph Hamacher
Press wall photos: © Engagement Global / Kolja Matzke
With her song, Hari Sue from Freiburg has convinced at the grand finale of the Song Contest and thus secured the title of EINE WELT song (ONE WORLD song) as well as a professional music video shoot. As EINE WELT song (ONE WORLD song), "Qui s'élèvera" will not only be heard on the EINE WELT album (ONE WORLD album) Vol. 4, but will also musically accompany the tenth round of the School Competition on Development Policy as an anthem.
The second place and thus 2,000 euros secured Ben B from Hamburg with the song "Die weiße Taube fliegt weg". Malaika Wainwright from Herrsching was awarded third prize and 1,000 euros in prize money for the song "In A Dream". Also among the top 5 were Anna Pilar from Berlin with the song "Minutes to Midnight" and Emmylou & Lone from Freiburg with the song "Ohne ein Zuhause".
Impressive performances, exciting program interludes and the decision which song will be the new EINE WELT song (ONE WORLD song). On December 3, 2021, the Top 5 went into an exciting live finale. In front of the main jury, they performed their songs for ONE WORLD for the first time.
You couldn't watch the final on December 3, 2021 via livestream? Then our film now provides you with emotional and exciting insights and shows you all the highlights and impressions.
Image 1: © Engagement Global / Marthe Schulze-Eggebrecht
Image 2-3: © Engagement Global / Anna-Marie Rempel
23 winning songs - all with strong messages for ONE WORLD. For the EINE WELT album Vol. 4 (ONE WORLD album), all songs will be professionally recorded in the studio of Kreuzberger Musikalische Aktion e.V.. The studio productions are accompanied by musical coaching sessions where the artists can expand and deepen their musical skills.
Once again, some international participants are among the winners in this round. For example, the artists Lisa Chinangaramobe and Amanda GAJU travelled from South Africa and Rwanda. For the studio production of the group A:ANAS and Rahn Connection, students from the Musikalisch-Sportliches Gymnasium Leipzig and the Rahn Schulen Kairo came together in Berlin. Three of the song recordings will also be performed as foreign productions in Malawi, Burkina Faso and Zimbabwe.
A professional music video for the EINE WELT song (ONE WORLD song) "Qui s'élèvera?" by Hari Sue feat. Albert N'sanda was produced. The winning song, which accompanies the tenth round of the School Competition on Development Policy as a musical anthem, addresses the global exploitation of natural resources, such as the loss of the treasures of our forests - animals losing their habitat through clearing and deforestation, raw materials being turned into money - and asks: "Who will raise their voice to put an end to all the damage?" And this message is also expressed in the official music video!
For the album version as well as for the music video, the 26-year-old Freiburg-based Hari Sue received support in the form of a special feature - namely from musician and Song Contest patron Albert N'sanda.
Watch the video and let yourself be inspired by the strong message of the video and the song.
Exciting inputs, rousing coaching sessions and plenty of space for exchange on topics of global development – from 25 to 27 November 2022, around 400 youths, young adults and teachers were able to network and develop ideas for sustainable action at the EINE WELT weekend (ONE WORLD weekend) in Leipzig.
What global challenges are we currently facing? How can young people take on these challenges and help shape the future of One World? And how can commitment to One World be combined with music? Ideas, inspiration and points of contact to these questions were offered at the EINE WELT weekend in numerous workshops and training courses and in various, partly musical, hands-on activities. The presenters Andi Schulze and Rico Montero inspired and empowered the young people with their energy.
A special highlight: Winners of the Song Contest and the School Competition also performed their songs for One World on stage. As a surprise guest, long-time Song Contest supporter Fargo performed at the concert and made the crowd cheer!