Out of all the impressionistic British composers that flourished in the mid-20th century, William Alywn isn't really as well-known as Bliss, Bowen, or Bax as he seemed more in tune with the film music genre. But this set of minatures (composed as ABRSM grade exam pieces) are really charming (No. 4 even has a bit of round-the-posey with it or something). Well, enjoy, and as usual, comments are much appreciated. Alwyn - April Morn, No.1 "A Lost Lamb" Alwyn - April Morn, 2. "April Showers" Alwyn - April Morn, No. 3 "Bluebells" Alwyn - April Morn, No. 4 "Violets"