William Walton

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English composer (1902-1983)

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Regardless of what will be the lasting significance of Walton's film scores themselves, the critical apparatus that has grown around his entire oeuvre (particularly with the soon-to-be-completed William Walton Edition, and before that with the pioneering work of Stewart Craggs) (3) facilitates a more fully contextualized and nuanced understanding of this music than is possible with even the most celebrated "film composer.
William Walton Miller III, and the grandson of the late Mr.
The complete study is authored by William Walton from the Beta Group, and is available at the FERF bookstore at www.
The title is one of twenty-one poems Edith Sitwell penned for Facade, a 1921 collaboration with the young composer William Walton, whose soigne, jazz-inflected chamber music accompaniments form an ideal complement to the archly beguiling, tongue-twisting verse.
Interns photocopied correspondence from the William Walton Papers collection related to Ernest Hemingway and Mary Hemingway and placed both the Walton Papers and the Jane Mason Papers in the room for easier access.
Bintley makes no secret of his special love for this 60-minute piece, with music by Sir William Walton.
Sir Adrian Boult and Sir William Walton, conductors.
Her emphasis on the value of sound in poetry was shown especially in Facade (1923), for which William Walton wrote a musical accompaniment.
RUNNERS UP: William Walton of W & P F Walton William Walton is the third generation of his family to farm at the 450-acre Penpeugh Farm at Bardon Mill, predominantly breeding cattle.
The programme will include items composed for two organs and transcriptions of popular organ pieces including Robert Gower's arrangement of Orb and Sceptre composed by William Walton for the Queen's Coronation.
The concert will begin with a Prelude from the film Richard II by William Walton and will be followed by two short pieces of film music from Henry V, again by Walton.
CHAOS J Congestion on the A90 should be eased by the bypass, right OPPONENT J William Walton has led a long fight against the bypass
Walton: Symphony no 1, Violin Concerto During his decade as principal conductor of the CBSO, the Louis Fremaux conducted and recorded several great performances of the works of William Walton.