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consider some implications of that encounter by examining a typical setting in this new context: an intermediate bansuri lesson by the renowned flute master Hariprasad Chaurasia at the Rotterdams Conservatorium in the Netherlands. It will do so from the perspective of a number of explicit and implicit choices that are highlighted when music is taught outside its culture of origin: approaches to cultural diversity; issues of tradition, authenticity and context; and dimensions of teaching anddoi:10.1353/amu.2007.0020 fatcat:bewoittinfgpdkios6lyjuonxq