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That this House recognises the value of music education for children's creativity and intellectual development; notes the publication on 25 November 2011,The Importance of Music - A National Plan for Music Education; acknowledges the recent research from the Institute of Education, Evaluation of the EMI Music Sound Foundation Project rollout: Training Key Stage 1 Primary School Teachers (2010-2011) by Professor Susan Hallam, Dr Andrea Creech and Dr Maria Varvarigou; furthernotes with concern that this research found great inequalities in the provision of resources for music education in primary schools; is alarmed at the study's finding that one in nine schools did not have a piano; and calls on the Government to support schools in nurturing musical enthusiasm and talent among schoolchildren by ensuring that every primary school has a piano.
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