William Walond (1719-1768) was an English composer and organist who was active in the 18th century. He was born in Oxford, England, and studied music at the Royal Academy of Music. He later served as organist at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, and he composed a number of works for organ and choir.
Walond’s compositions were largely religious in nature and included hymn tunes, anthems, and organ voluntaries.
Some of his most known compositions include two sets of voluntaries for the organ or harpsichord (op. 1, c. 1752 and op. 2, 1758) and the anthem “Not unto us, O Lord”.