Art and music in the national curriculum sponsored by the Rosalie Inskip music trust.

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Published by Shropshire Arts Education,Shropshire County Council. in Shrewsbury .

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Statement[by] Clive Kempton[and] Jenny Montgomery :
ContributionsShropshire Arts Education.
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