Andrew Lloyd Webber: I can’t remember when, exactly, I composed my first, but my father organized it as some of my tunes, if you like—my sort of very, very juvenile tunes—were published when I was about eight, I guess. And it came out in a magazine called Music Teacher. I found a few of them the other day, and I was rather hoping that I’d find something which was absolutely wonderful that I can reuse. But, no. There was one little tiny bit of it that I seem to recognize in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. So, I suppose I wrote that pretty soon after if you think about it. I mean, I was 18 when I wrote, 19 when I wrote Joseph. I did enjoy writing for the theater pretty immediately. And then I built my own toy theater, and we did dreadful musicals, and they were on various subjects that I and my brother—we sort of got various long-suffering friends and parents around to listen to.