William Walton


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Noun1.William Walton - English composer (1902-1983)
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| 1922: The first performance of William Walton's Facade took place in the Sitwell family drawing room in Carlyle Square, London.
Drinkers Patrick Foley, William Walton, James McStemm and John McCabe dashed towards the suicidal man, but not before he had discharged the contents of the weapon into his own temple.
Some of the beautiful textures in William Walton's viola concerto entice the soloist into highlighting its musical sensuality.
Sir William Walton's cantata, Belshazzar's Feast, took the famous Biblical story to new heights in its use of large numbers of singers and musicians.
BBC PROMS 2015 BBC2, 8.00pm 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.
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.
Eliot's Wasteland and the work of Theodor Adorno as an effort to understand rhythm and the music of Richard Wagner and Igor Stravinsky; Ezra Pound's essay on George Antheil's Ballet Mecanique; James Joyce's collaboration with Antheil on the oCyclopso episode of Ulysses, as well as noise in Joyce's works; Edith Sitwell and William Walton's Facade; and the noise in the work of E.M.
Their chief William Walton continued to help run the campaign after moving to Newcastle.
Ken comes back to Wrexham in March next year, this time in the soloist's chair, to perform William Walton's Cello Concerto.
In the mid-twentieth century, William Walton (1902-1983) had a much more prominent name as a film composer than he commands now.