Pianist wants to give musical instruments a new home
5 September 2014 Last updated at 16:47 BST
Do you have an old musical instrument lying around the house? If you do then maybe you could give it to primary school.
Classical pianist, James Rhodes, has started a new musical campaign. He wants every child in England and Wales to have access to a musical instrument in their school.
James thinks every child has the right to learn how to play music, but, he says, there aren't enough instruments in primary schools.
The Government says lessons at the moment already help children create, perform, and listen to various types of music and learn to sing.
James wants people to donate your old guitars, drums, xylophones or even tambourines, just as long as they're not electric.
They will then be given to primary schools who are most in need and get a new lease of life being loved by a child who wants to learn.