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Music and Story Telling as an Agent of Change-bookcover

By: Samuel Kweku Addison

Music and Story Telling as an Agent of Change

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Ever wondered why we sing to a newborn child?

Have you wondered why we tell stories to a newborn child?

And have you ever wondered why we calm children down and make them happy with music and storytelling?

Talk about music and storytelling, and you will be talking about life. If you agree that you cannot separate music, storytelling and life, then you can read my life through the use of music and storytelling.

The elders pass on values through storytelling, songs and proverbs. Stories are told to inculcate in the child very essential social and moral values. The storytelling is more like a homeschool and nursing of common sense in ones brain to  sound a well-educated human being.

“…it was the lizard that ate hot chilli but the sweat from eating the hot chilli came on the frog. The evidence of eating hot chilli is the sweat that comes out. The lizard has eaten the chilli but its the frog who is sweating. How come?”

Find out where the myth of the lizard and the frog came from!

Samuel Kweku Addison, a native of Cape Coast, Ghana, was born on 30th July, 1969. His father, Augustus Addison, and mother, Cecilia Ashong, together with ten brothers and sisters lived most of their life in Cape Coast until Samuel married a Danish woman and moved to Denmark with the wife, Signe Thorborg Addison, together with their child, Emmanuella Efua Thorborg Addison. Samuel’s passion has always been: “How can I bridge the gap between people and systems?” This has taken him to many places and has earned him a lot of experience and insight like what we are reading.

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