Walter de la Mare

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Noun1.Walter de la Mare - English poet remembered for his verse for children (1873-1956)
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Sounding Music is an unaccompanied setting of verses in praise of music by Walter de la Mare. Spicer describes it as a partsong, but that doesn't quite do justice to the range and sophistication of the writing.
This group of composers, which included Percy Grainger and Cyril Scott, represented one of the first waves of British musical nationalism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and their song settings made generous use of the texts of many outstanding national poets; Blake, Herrick, Shakespeare, Sir Walter Raleigh, and more contemporary poets, Thomas Hardy, Walter de la Mare, the Rossettis, Robert Louis Stevenson, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, and Percy Bysshe Shelley, were favorite sources.
Although Walter de la Mare's gothic whimsy and goblin language was at odds with the realism of his contemporaries Ezra Pound and T.S.
The Deep Zoo fearlessly tackles and ties together subjects as far-ranging as Ottoman calligraphy, Abu Ghraib, Silling Castle, the death of Victor Jara, the life of Kaspar Hauser, Walter de La Mare, and on.
Georgian poet Walter de la Mare's haunting lyrics about snow simply beg to be read out loud.
SELECTIONS DONCASTER: 1.20 Vaniteux, 1.50 Rock On Ruby, 2.25 Fennell Bay, 3.00 Fill The Power, 3.35 Dawn Twister, 4.10 Billy Cuckoo, 4.40 Walter De La Mare. HUNTINGDON: 1.10 Night Of Passion, 1.40 Browns Brook, 2.15 Benbens, 2.50 Commissioned, 3.25 Prideofthecastle, 4.00 Berties Dream, 4.30 Lady Of Provence.
TOMORROW'S TIPS DONCASTER: 1.20 Vaniteux, 1.50 Rock On Ruby, 2.25 Fennell Bay, 3.00 Fill The Power, 3.35 Dawn Twister, 4.10 Billy Cuckoo, 4.40 Walter De La Mare.
VVGOOGLING a runner Rex Whistler 5.40 Wolverhampton The British artist, designer and illustrator (1905-1944) is perhaps best known for his book illustrations, particularly those that appeared in works by Evelyn Waugh and Walter de la Mare. He also achieved fame for his murals and trompe l'oeil paintings in the baroque tradition.
In which field was writer Walter de la Mare best known?
Poems by Walter de la Mare (all page references are to Matthew Sweeney's edition published by Faber): 'The Fly' (p.4-5); 'Haunted' (p.
Carroll doubled-up on Mick Mulvany's Going Gaga in the nursery and the John Murphy-trained course and distance winner Walter De La Mare while Curtis was seen to effect when guiding the Tom Hogan-trained 33/1 shot Raise The Rafters to a notable, all-the-way win in the Join The Sligo Race Supporters Club in 2011 Maiden.
John Shirley-Quirk, a close musical associate of the composer, premiered these five songs, all with texts by Walter de la Mare, the following year.