William Walton


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.William Walton - English composer (1902-1983)
References in periodicals archive ?
WILLIAM WALTON - 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.
As a bonus, William Walton and Edith Sitwell gave lunchtime recitals of Facade at the Walker Gallery.
00pm The music festival gets under way as Katie Derham (below) and Tom Service introduce Belshazzar's Feast by William Walton and Mozart's Piano Concerto No 20, with soloist Lars Vogt.
Tonight, it all gets going at the Albert Hall as Katie Derham and Tom Service introduce Belshazzar's Feast by William Walton and music from the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, with the BBC National Chorus of Wales, the BBC Singers and bass-baritone soloist Christopher Maltman.
The music festival gets under way at London's Royal Albert Hall as Katie Derham and Tom Service introduce Belshazzar's Feast by William Walton and Mozart's Piano Concerto No 20, with soloist Lars Vogt.
Their chief William Walton continued to help run the campaign after moving to Newcastle.
In the mid-twentieth century, William Walton (1902-1983) had a much more prominent name as a film composer than he commands now.
Hyperion's packaging fronts Michael Ayrton's piquantly evocative painting of William Walton in 1948; the insert-notes are by this country's greatest music critic Michael Kennedy, and the recording quality is topnotch.
On his first day as the commander of a mountain substation, Sergeant William Walton of the Placer County, California, Sheriff's Department drove over a local bridge that has served as the site of many suicides since its construction.
Bach, Georg B|hm, Nicolaus Bruhns, Eugne Gigout and William Walton.
Daryl's great, great, great, great grandad William Walton kicked off the tradition when he and bride Jane Gee chose the medieval church for their wedding in February 1825.
Frank Howes, The Music of William Walton (New York: Oxford University Press, 1965), 13.