Mouvement III Andante, Symphony 1by William Walton

Yes, I am quiet aware that classical music symphony exist as an entity, I have spent to much time in the our time where music has slowly become tracks. Non the less, if you are a nightwalker or a daydreamer here is something that might touch you. William Walton was a english composer (1902-19830) remember by classical music for writing a deep Viola Concerto and by England for beeing the protegé of one of the Sitwell siblings in the 20’s and writing orchestral pieces for the Facade Poems. Tonight let’s remember him for this much textural, cinematic and moving 3rd mouvement of his first Symphony where Walton flirts with Ravel by always keeping his soul intact.

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