|Date of composition||1949/1950|
|Type of work||Concert music|
|Notes||Originally Four Diversions (withdrawn); subsequently A Little Waltz from Two Waltzes, op. 8 was added; movements are: 1. Vacilación (Habañera); 2. The Lake at Evening; 3. The Girl with the Auburn Hair; 4. Twilit Willows; 5. A Little Waltz|
The music is peaceable, subtly textured and blessed. The sequence ends with a Little Waltz which is dedicated to Blyton’s piano teacher of his teenage years.