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Music education being lost.

Music education being lost.

Wolf Alice say they wouldn't be a band now if they hadn't had access to music education at school.

"We're losing it. I don't know where I would be without those kind of advantages," singer Ellie Rowsell says.

"I did music for GCSE but I also reaped the benefits of extra-curricular things which were provided in my local community for free."

There's been warnings that the success of British music is at risk because the subject was being neglected.

Last year, the head of UK music, Michael Dugher, said future talent could be going to waste because of a drop in the number of GCSE places being offered in England.

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