“Wildflowers and a little Girl” is consisted of three pieces. According to the composer, this piece is a collection of short pieces following the works by R. Schumann and written with an intention to complete lovely and fresh short pieces suitable for concerts.
The score was published in 1928 by Kyōekishōsha-shoten and also included in ‘The Collection of Piano Works by Kiyoshi Nobutoki’.
I can confirm many notes written down in the autograph, of which music sheet were made by Takai Gakki and had twelve stairs. There are notes written down such as ‘mf’, ‘G’, ‘B’, ‘change’ and ‘left hand’ as well as the revision of the notes by a red or blue pencil and retouching of the marks. I can see the notes such as ‘up to the second page’ and ‘to the beginning’ and there are many arrows, with which the composer tries to find the best order for the performance.
The performance of the first piece can be speedy and cheerful. The second piece lets the audiences hear the sounds of chords deliberately, and the third piece has both the taste of sorrow and nimbleness. All of these works sheds light to graceful and charming tone colors of piano.