Walter John de la Mare


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Noun1.Walter John de la Mare - English poet remembered for his verse for children (1873-1956)
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For example, Delgani's director and one-of-two violinists Wyatt True said, "The loneliness of Walter John de la Mare's 1873 poem, 'The Listeners,' is reinforced by the slow movement from (Maurice) Ravel's haunting string quartet," while the stanzas from "Don Quixote" are matched by Telemann's burlesque with the same title.