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This week has been intense in terms of media and communication.

We have had the state funeral which has been hugely impactful to British culture and overseas. Dominating our screens and devices for the last almost 2 weeks, it has demonstrated just how unique our country is holding a monarchy which was run by a highly respected woman, who, during her duties, communicated with elegance and grace.


On the same day of this affair we had a United Nations 77th General Assembly take place. In fact, this event is still taking place and began on 13th September and ends on 26th September in New York. On Monday 19th September there specifically was held the Summit on Transforming Education.

Those words will most likely inspire you, or make you switch off.


HOWEVER...


We pull it back to the title - the purpose of this piece - communication.



As we build our structure around music, we understand this as one of the most powerful forms of communication. Coinciding with this we have lyrics, spoken word, poetry and... R-H-Y-T-H-M.

The significance of rhythm is immense when listening or producing, hearing or creating.


We highlighted in last week's blog post: The Art of True Listening.


Listening is a skill, is to interact... whilst hearing is simply to acknowledge sound.


... there's being present ...and ... be-ing. present.


It's likely that we rarely consider how we, ourselves, communicate. Without setting a tone of lecture we share with you this:



The most eloquent and elegant presentation of words, passion, truth, significance and call to action... in a form of music itself.

This was presented at the U.N. 77th General Assembly. In case you need further clarity, this is an opportunity where Member States reaffirm their commitment to multilateralism and discuss world issues.

We don't pose as a political channel. We do however champion music and art. Sometimes the two go hand in hand.


If you didn't already watch this video through we recommend now that you do.

If you would like to forward any suggestions of artists, topics, feedback or further questions contact strippedfm@gmail.com or leave comments via our website.

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