Son of humorist poet & playwright Alan Alexander Milne (1882-1956), Christopher Robin Milne recorded for HMV at the age of eight, four settings of his father's poems by Harold Fraser-Simson (1872-1944), accompanied by the composer on the piano. As a child he was known as "Billy Moon" by the family ("Moon" being the nearest he could pronounce the family name). In later life he found it a trial to always be thought of as the original "Christopher Robin". With his wife he ran a bookshop in Dartmouth, Devon. He died 20 April 1996.
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Christopher Robin Four poems by A.A. Milne composed by Harold Fraser-Simson and sung by Christopher Robin (Milne), the author's only child, with the composer at the piano. Three are from the collection "Now we are six" (poems & music publ. 1927) and "Us Two" is from "When we were very young" (poems 1924; musical setting publ. 1928 in "More Very Young Songs"). A: (a) The Friend (incipit: There are lots and lots of people who are always asking things.) (b) Us two (Wherever I am, there's always Pooh.) (matrix Bb15412-3, rec. 5 Dec. 1928) B: (a) Down by the pond (I'm fishing. Don't talk anybody, don't come near!) (b) The Engineer (Let it rain! Who cares?) (Bb15537-3A, rec. 10 Jan. 1929) No LP or CD reissue known.