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What is the best way to start learning music?
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What is the best way to start learning music?
Can you elaborate on learning music, what your experience is, what your academics are and where you want to aim?

Have you already reached proficiency on certain instruments? Do you have the opportunity to do A level music?

What would your likely A level grades be?
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If you don’t know anything about music and don’t have a GCSE in it then you’ll likely not be accepted in foundation year, take a look at the website of the uni for course entry requirements. If you satisfy that great, apply. If you don’t you’ll need to do another course that’ll get you to the point of application to foundation or degree 📜
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