He occasionally used William Kent as an alias, likewise Adam Ahn-Carse.
While Carse is perhaps best known for his study of the history of instruments and the orchestra, the wealth of material he wrote for young string players and pianists is still played today.
Donation to the Horniman
In 1947 he donated his collection of 350 wind instruments to the Horniman Museum in South London in memory of his son Edward Adam (Peter) Carse who was killed in action in Germany on 27 February 1945, and there is a plaque commemorating his gift in the Horniman Music Gallery. He dedicated his Fifth Symphony written in June 1945 to the memory of his son.
Alongside the donated instruments is the personal library of Adam Carse, containing research papers, manuscript notes, copies of lectures, correspondence, makers catalogues, sales lists and concert programmes.
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