- Violin concertos, one of which (opus 55) was written in a bus queue on a cold night in Long Eaton); he composed a concerto whilst on train journeys between Nottingham And Derby.
- 4 piano concertos
- Amorea (opera)
- Scarecrow (ballet)
- Ushabue (ballet)
- The Dead Coach (tone poem)
- Whom the Gods Love (tone poem)
- Overture for Coronation Jubilee 1935
- Slavonic folk songs
- Concert overtures
- Orchestral suite “My Grandchildren”
Walter Thomas Gaze Cooper (“Gaze Cooper”, also called “GC”) was an army driver during the 1914–1918 war, but was gassed and invalided out. He attended the Royal Academy of Music, and later the Midland Consevatoire of music. He lectured on orchestration at the University College of Nottingham, and founded the Midland Consevatoire of music orchestra symphonies, which became in 1942 the Nottingham Symphony Orchestra.