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The most enjoyable part of my study is learning about cultural diversity through the wide array of music found around the world. Everything from Japanese rap to Brazilian samba to Hindustani classical music — it is incredibly compellingJames McKinnonBachelor of Music, specialisation in Ethnomusicology
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