All schools in Wales given free access to rehearsal tracks for the Urdd Eisteddfod 2024
15th January 2024
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Highlights include tracks created by our friends at the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music (Sgoil Chiùil Na Gàidhealtachd), classroom project ideas featuring all of the creative arts, and a series of music projects for students in P6–7 using YuStudio, Charanga’s online music studio for schools.
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