Walter Carroll was the Beatrix Potter of learner piano music and his use of music, poetry and art in his now classic albums have appealed to successive generations of children. As a result they are still widely used on exam syllabi and by teachers around the world nearly a century after they were written. In this delightful story the composer recounts how his most famous work, Scenes at a Farm, came to be written.
Forsyth Brothers Ltd
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