The great discovery of the Tozer Legacy was the wealth of original compositions which, at the time of his death, had been lovingly and securely packed away by his mother in a series of trunks. When they were examined, in conjunction with a few other manuscripts found among his papers, it was revealed that Tozer had composed more than 200 compositions, beginning in early childhood and continuing until March 2009.
Pamela Freeman was appointed Music Curator of the Tozer Estate immediately after Tozer's death. Since then, Pamela, with the assistance of concert pianist Lachlan Redd, has, by meticulously transcribing Tozer's impeccable, handwritten original scores, created the Freeman Tozer Edition, which now comprises five substantial volumes of music: two volumes of piano works, two volumes of string works, and a fifth volume of miscellaneous works including compositions for pipe organ, oboe, and choral works. Details of the release of the Freeman Edition as a published work will be announced later in 2013.
A number of Tozer compositions will be filmed for The Eulogy, including performances by Lachlan Redd and other leading pianists. Lachlan Redd became the first pianist (other than Tozer himself) to premiere a Tozer composition in Australia, when Redd performed Arpeggionata in Federation Hall, Melbourne, on September 2, 2011.
Details of forthcoming performances of Tozer compositions will be announced during 2013.