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£100M FOR CHILDREN TO MAKE MUSIC

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Up to£100m in lottery cash is to spent to develop the young musicians ...
Up to£100m in lottery cash is to spent to develop the young musicians

of the 21st century, on the orders of Tony Blair, reported The Express on Sunday (p7).

In the lottery's most ambitious project yet, according to the paper, the government plans to pay for instruments and lessons for every child who wants them. Culture secretary Chris Smith is keen to see the scheme launched in deprived areas where most parents cannot afford to pay for music lessons.
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