Around the World: Understanding Foreign Culture Through Music.

Musical behaviours are ubiquitous across human populations, they are universal, transmitted through generations, and often played in the presence of others. Everyone to a certain extent engages in music, whether it be simply listening, or as an artist, it is widely acknowledged that music is something that is pretty much exclusive to the human race and is a part of every culture in…

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