Definition of Walton, Sir William in English:

Walton, Sir William

proper noun

  • (1902–83), English composer; full name Sir William Turner Walton. Notable works: Façade (1921–3, a setting of poems by Edith Sitwell for recitation), the oratorio Belshazzar's Feast (1930–1), and film scores for three Shakespeare plays and the film The Battle of Britain (1969).

Pronunciation:

Walton, Sir William

/ˈwɔːlt(ə)n/