'Walter' can also refer to...

Abraham Walter Paulton (1812—1876) politician and journalist

Albert Walter Gamage (1855—1930) retail entrepreneur and department store owner

Alfred Walter Stewart (1880—1947) chemist and novelist

Alfred Walter von Heymel (1878—1914)

Almeric Walter (1859—1942)

Anna Lee Walters (b. 1946)

Anne Walters Robertson

Arnold Walter Lawrence (1900—1991) archaeologist

Arthur Fraser Walter (1846—1910) newspaper proprietor

Arthur Walter Burks (1915)

Balthazar Walter Foster (1840—1913) physician and politician

Baltimore, Walters art gallery

Bernard Walter Silverman (b. 1952)

Best Of Little Walter (Little Walter album)

'Big' Walter Price (b. 1917)

Bishop Walter, Jnr. (1927—1998)

Bruno Walter (1876—1962)

Bryan Walter Guinness (1905—1992) poet and novelist

Captain Reginald Walter Saunders (1920—1990)

Carpenter, Walter Samuel, Jr (1888—1976)

Catherine Walters (1839—1920) courtesan

Cecil Walter Thomas (1885—1976) sculptor and medallist

A Certain Smile, A Certain Sadness (Gilberto, Astrud, And Walter Wanderley album)

Charles Walter Michael Court (b. 1911)

Charles Walter Phillips (b. 1910)

Charles Walters (1911—1982)

Christian Walter

Chrysler, Walter P., Jr. (1909—1988)

Claude Hermann Walter Johns (1857—1920) Assyriologist and Church of England clergyman

Conway Walter Heath Pulford (c. 1892—1942) air force officer


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1 (Catalani: La Wally). Sop. Travesti role. Friend of Wally. Created (1892) by Adelina Stehle.

2 (Verdi: Luisa Miller). Bass. Count Walter. An old enemy of Luisa Miller's father. He wants his son Rodolfo to marry Federica, a young widow who is his niece. Created (1849) by Antonio Selva.

3 (Verdi: Luisa Miller). Ten. Rodolfo, son of Count Walter. He is in love with Luisa Miller, but their fathers are sworn enemies. He lives in the village disguised as a peasant called ‘Carlo’. His father wants him to marry the young widow Federica, but he tells her the truth—that his heart is given to another. When he thinks Luisa has betrayed him, he resolves to poison both her and himself. Succeeding, he learns before he dies that she has been loyal to him and he kills his father's steward, Wurm, who has caused all the trouble between them. Aria: Quando le sere al placido…(‘When at eventide in the peace…’). Created (1849) by Settimio Malvezzi.

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