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The '''Queen's Medal for Music''' was announced in March 2005 by [[Buckingham Palace]] press office. Its purpose is to raise the profile of music in the [[UK]], and honour individuals who have contributed to the musical  life of the Nation. Winners may be of any nationality.  
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The '''Queen's Medal for Music''' was announced in March 2005 by [[Buckingham Palace]] press office. Its purpose is to raise the profile of music in the [[United Kingdom]], and honour individuals who have contributed to the musical  life of the Nation. Winners may be of any nationality.  
  
 
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(2007) [[Judith Weir]]
 
(2007) [[Judith Weir]]
 
===References===
 
*[http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page3832.asp New Queen's Medal for Music announced]
 
*[http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pressreleases/stories/2005/07_july/16/proms.shtml First winner of The Queen's Medal for Music announced at BBC Proms]
 
*[http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page5413.asp Winner of the Queen's Medal for Music 2006 Announced]
 
*[http://www.chesternovello.com/Default.aspx?TabId=2431&State_2905=2&composerId_2905=1689 Judith Weir]
 

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The Queen's Medal for Music was announced in March 2005 by Buckingham Palace press office. Its purpose is to raise the profile of music in the United Kingdom, and honour individuals who have contributed to the musical life of the Nation. Winners may be of any nationality.

Recipients

(2005) Sir Charles Mackerras

(2006) Bryn Terfel

(2007) Judith Weir