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Timothy Walker (guitar)

Timothy Walker was born in Durban, South Africa, of British parents. His father was a well-known journalist, writer, broadcaster and music critic; his brother Peter an international cricketer. He began playing the guitar at the age of twelve and when Narciso Yepes first toured South Africa the maestro invited him to further his studies in Madrid. This he did for two years before settling in London where he gave his debut concert at the Wigmore Hall in 1970. He has also studied with the late Ida Presti, her husband Alexandre Lagoya and John Williams who recommended him for work with The Fires of London, the modern music group directed by Peter Maxwell Davies. He now plays regularly with this ensemble. He is the guitarist with the London Sinfonietta and has played with the London Symphony, the BBC Symphony, Royal Philharmonie and Other orchestras, also in groups such as The Melos Ensemble, Ensemble Musique Vivante, etc. Conductors with whom he has worked include Colin Davis, Neville Marriner, Andrew Davis, David Atherton, Pierre Boulez, Hans Werner Henze and Walter Susskind. Timothy Walker has played, taught, broadcast on radio and television on his own and with other artists throughout Britain, Europe East and West, India, Japan, Australia, Canada, South America and the USA. Festivals include Edinburgh, Flanders, Royen, La Rochelle, Berlin etc. He had also made numerous records and played for many films. He has been a soloist (playing electric guitar) in the Proms at the Royal Albert Halland and a duettist with John Williams. Timothy Walker is now a Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Belwin Mills have published several of his compositions. The first performance of his Concerto for a Rainbow (in France, 1988) was greeted by one critic: 'Timothy Walker was a British one-man show of quality. Welome to this Rainbow . . . a new star has appeared in the heaven of music.'

Albums
'Classical Folk Guitar' (CDH88027)
Classical Folk Guitar
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Complete works available for download
ANONYMOUS - TRADITIONAL
El vito
Romance 'Jeux interdits'
HECTOR AYALA  (1914-1990)
South American Suite
FRANCIS BEBEY  (1929-2001)
Légende
JEAN BOSCO MWENDA  (1930-1990)
Masanga
MATTEO CARCASSI  (1792-1853)
Variations on a Russian folk tune, Op 10 No 12
FRANCIS CUTTING  (c1550-1595/6)
Greensleeves
MANUEL DE FALLA  (1876-1946)
Farrucca
MAURO GIULIANI  (1781-1829)
Three Irish Airs with Variations
SIR PETER MAXWELL DAVIES  (b1934)
Farewell to Stromness
TIMOTHY WALKER  (b?)
African Hymn and Dance
Folkish Fancy
YUKIHIRO YOKO  (b1925)
Variations on an old Japanese folk tune 'Sakura'
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
African Hymn and Dance (Walker)
Choros: Brazil  Movement 1 of South American Suite (Ayala)
El vito (Anon/Azpiazu)
Farewell to Stromness (Maxwell Davies/Walker)
Farrucca (Falla/Walker)
Folkish Fancy (Walker)
Gary Owen  No 2 of Three Irish Airs with Variations (Giuliani)
Gato y Malambo: Argentina  Movement 6 of South American Suite (Ayala)
Greensleeves (Cutting)
Guarania: Paraguay  Movement 3 of South American Suite (Ayala)
Légende (Bebey)
Masanga (Bosco)
My lodging is on the cold ground  No 3 of Three Irish Airs with Variations (Giuliani)
Romance 'Jeux interdits' (Anon/Yepes)
South American Suite (Ayala)
Taquirari: Bolivia  Movement 2 of South American Suite (Ayala)
The Last Rose of Summer  No 1 of Three Irish Airs with Variations (Giuliani)
Three Irish Airs with Variations (Giuliani)
Tonada: Chile  Movement 4 of South American Suite (Ayala)
Vals: Peru  Movement 5 of South American Suite (Ayala)
Variations on a Russian folk tune, Op 10 No 12 (Carcassi/Walker)
Variations on an old Japanese folk tune 'Sakura' (Yoko)
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