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for SATB (with divisions) unaccompanied The text for this arrangement of the second of William Walton's Two Pieces for Strings from Henry V' is based on the line 'Touch her soft mouth, and part' from Shakespeare's Henry V (Act 2, Scene 3). Featured on the Tenebrae Consort's CD Sun, Sea, Moon and Stars (released January 2016), this melancholic setting is simple yet highly effective.
for SATB, baritone solo and orchestra A newly engraved edition of this vibrant choral work and fully compatible with the new Walton Edition full score. There are minor adjustments to the piano reduction to improve playability and the text underlay is now English only, as Walton's original.
for SATB and orchestra This new vocal-score edition was published to mark the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation, in June 1953. First performed as the new Queen processed out of Westminster Abbey, Walton's Te Deum is at once regal, celebratory, and restrained, and a beacon among English settings. The new vocal score (with keyboard reduction) draws on research for the complete Walton Edition and is compatible with existing orchestral materials on hire. Orchestral material is available on hire/rental.
Suitable for soprano and tenor soli and unaccompanied mixed chorus.
A setting of a 15th-century carol, for SATB unaccompanied.
This edition of Walton's Cello Concerto has been off-printed from the Wiliam Walton Edition full score, and combines the scholarship of the Edition (including an introduction by the editor) with the practical benefits of a study score format. Dating from 1956, the work was commissioned by Gregor Piatigorsky and premiered by him the following year. Walton regarded this work as the best of his three solo concertos. Orchestral material is available on hire/rental.
This edition of Walton's celebrated Viola Concerto (1962 version) has been off-printed from the William Walton Edition full score, and combines the scholarship of the Edition with the practical benefits of the smaller format. An introduction is provided by the volume editor, Christopher Wellington. Orchestral material is available on hire/rental.
A popular setting for double choir and organ/brass, in a clear and authoritative edition.
Suitable for soprano and tenor soli, mixed chorus (with divisions) and organ (in the Gloria only).
A setting of a melancholy text by Phineas Fletcher for unaccompanied SATB voices.
This edition of Walton's Facade: First and Second Suites for Orchestra has been off-printed from the William Walton Edition full scores. It combines the scholarship of the main edition with the practical benefits of a study score format, and includes an introduction by the editor. Orchestral material is available on hire/rental.
Cello and piano reduction of Walton's Cello Concerto, based on the edition published in the Walton Edition Violin and Cello Concertos volume. Dating from 1956, the work was commissioned by Gregor Piatigorsky and premiered by him the following year. Walton regarded this work as the best of his three solo concertos. Orchestral material is available on hire.
A critical edition of this major work from 1959-1960. The score has been entirely re-set, and new orchestral parts on hire produced to match the new edition. A full score is also available on sale.
The Two pieces for violin and piano, 'Canzonetta' and 'Scherzetto', were written in the late 1940s. The melody of the first is from a 13th-century troubadour song. This edition is based on the score published in the Walton Edition Chamber Music volume.
William Walton (?1783 1857) was British agent at Santo Domingo (Haiti), over which the British had briefly fought with the French before it proclaimed its independence in 1804. Returning to England in 1809, he began to write on Spanish and South American affairs. The Present State of the Spanish Colonies was published in two volumes in 1810. Volume 1 deals with the island colony of Hispaniola (now divided between the Dominican Republic and Haiti). Walton discusses the history and geography of the island, and particularly the natural resources and wildlife. Volume 2 examines the history and resources of the Spanish settlements in South America, describing the Indian, Spanish and Creole inhabitants and their culture, and the relationship of the colonies with Spain. There is much of interest in his study of the origins and culture of the native tribes, and the impact on them of colonization and religious conversion.
This is a performing edition of Walton's String Quartet in A minor, based on the edition published in the Walton Edition Chamber Music volume. The work was first performed in 1947 and later revised as the Sonata for String Orchestra.
The Bear is an extravaganza in one act for three soloists and orchestra, commissioned by the Koussevitsky Foundation in 1965 and first performed at the Aldeburgh Festival in 1967. It is based on a short story of Chekhov, with a libretto by Paul Dehn. The action takes place in the drawing room of Madam Popova's house in the country in 1888. Popova, a pretty widow affectedly faithful to the memory of her late and, alas, promiscuous, husband is confronted by Smirnov, one of her husband's more boorish creditors. They quarrel to a point at which each aims a loaded pistol at the other, but neither can fire. They have both fallen helplessly in love. This new edition is based on a full assessment of all extant sources and takes account of Walton's various revisions. A new vocal score is also published on sale, and new orchestral material fully compatible with this score is available for hire.
This volume presents newly engraved and edited scores of all Walton's popular film scores, including the various Shakespeare suites and for the first time on sale his music for the film Battle of Britain.
for organ solo An arrangement for organ of this popular march, first performed at the coronation of King George VI.
Walton's Belshazzar's Feast is a cornerstone of the modern choral repertory. Commissioned by the BBC and premiered at the Leeds Festival in 1931, the works sets texts selected and arranged from the Bible by Osbert Sitwell. With its commanding baritone narrative, colourful orchestration, and jubilant choral finale, this dramatic re-telling of a well-known Biblical story is as popular today as it was at its premiere almost eighty years ago.
This edition of the piano reduction is compatible with the Walton Edition full score and restores the solo line as edited and prepared by Frederick Riddle. It contains tempo markings and dynamic and expression marks from both of Walton's orchestrations (1929 and 1962), the 1962 version distinguished by lighter type.
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