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Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the unstinting efforts of the many individuals from around the world who made this publication possible. This book is a tribute to their dedication and their belief in the power of music to help achieve the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals and enhance the quality of life for people everywhere. We appreciate the efforts of our Contributing Editors: Professora Maria Santos-Ortiz, University of Puerto Rico and Lauren Calista, MA, Lesley University, as well as the contributions of Christine Nasol. A special thanks for the truly creative work of a number of individuals: Steve Reiter and Pat Hintz - SMP Creative Media, LLC, Mark Barasch - Barasch Media, Inc. and Baree Fehrenbach. We are also grateful for the support of Glenn Swan and Premier Studios, NY. Special thanks also to Mr. Linus Xiao Wunun, Vice Chairman and Ms. Christine Gong, Deputy Secretary-General, Asia Pacific Exchange &Cooperative Foundation, Beijing, China. We are grateful to Dr. Byran O’Young, President, Rehabilitation without Walls for his assistance. Also, our deep thanks to Richard Jordan, ICCC United Nations Representative for his dedication, expertise and coordination of the High-Level Working Sessions at United Nations Headquarters and to Pascal Schmidt for his outstanding work. We also appreciate our United Nations partners for their support and guidance: United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Programme on Ageing, Division of Public Administration and Development Management, Department of Social and Economic Affairs (DESA), Department of Public Information and the United Nations Office for Partnerships. We thank Yukako Ishida for her original painting, “Dance of Notes from a Music Box” which graces the cover. The cover and graphics were created by Laura Auerbach Designs. Professor Barbara Hesser and Dr. Harry N. Heinemann, Co-Editors III

INTRODUCTORY STATEMENTS Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Friends: This message describes my appreciation for music and for its connection to culture as well as its role in sustainable socio-economic development. Music is a cornerstone of development and is central to the lives of people of all cultures around the world. Music and sound have the ability to unify people. In times of challenges, people of many nations and cultures turn to music for solace. In the face of challenge, music brings peace. In turmoil and disaster, music provides resilience to nations, inspiring them to rebuild and heal. Music is a powerful motivator and inspiration when all else fails. Music is a reflection of security and safety and it brings joy and love to all. In Africa, as elsewhere, there is a rich musical tradition which has resonated in times of social challenge. In the face of questions of national and cultural identity, music acts as a facilitator for greater understanding and consciousness. Music unites populations across cultures and borders. How else would you describe the joy, emotions, and inspiration people feel on hearing a song in a language they cannot fully understand? Music is universally adaptable and brings out the best in each one of us despite the circumstances. Whether it’s the Bongo Fflava of Tanzania – the young, newly created upbeat and energetic rhythm or the Congolese Lingala which features artists such as Koffi Olomide and Papa Wemba, people everywhere will move to the rhythm. In many African countries, music plays an important role in everyday life. Music and socio-economic development go hand in hand, and in order for societies to attain their planned goals and objectives, this must be acknowledged. Music can also be used as a tool for development, so it can foster social and economic growth. Music is a powerful medicine: It has been used to accelerate healing of the mind and of the physical body. When faced with poverty, music serves as an antidote to trials and tribulations. The spread of music, as well as the differences in genres, is exclusive to this time in history. Never before have there so many varieties of music. This is why music as a practical tool for dialogue amongst peoples must be used to enhance and promote solutions for social and economic challenges. The power of music is immeasurable and filled with endless possibilities. Therefore we, as members of the global society, must foster the acknowledgement of the importance of music as a natural contributor to health and social/economic issues, as well as peace on earth. I thank you. H.E. Josephine Ojiambo Deputy Permanent Representative of Kenya to the UN IV

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