Children's Corner , L. It was published by Durand in , and was first performed by Harold Bauer in Paris on 18 December that year. Debussy composed Children's Corner between and He dedicated the suite to his daughter, Claude-Emma known as "Chou-Chou" ,  who was born on 30 October in Paris. She is described as a lively and friendly child who was adored by her father. She was three years old when he dedicated the suite to her in
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Her mother Bertha wrote the verse. These inexpensive and very popular dolls were sold undressed. For the third doll, the striking Golliwog, Florence sought inspiration from an old rag doll from her childhood. They were stuffed black figures, with a friendly look but having a bad hair day, wearing red pants and a bow tie. In England during the first half of the twentieth century, the Golliwog became almost as popular as the Teddy Bear. In France the Golliwog inspired Claude Debussy.