Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Trevelyan

Letter No.: 
[c.March 1932]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Bessy

Please forgive my having kept this so long - during Festival Time I had no opportunity of looking at it with a calm view! I think it is charming - & he has got the stress and accent of the English words remarkably well - But it is very difficult!
If I might venture on a criticism I think there is rather too frequent use of that well known stand-by in a difficulty the “indeterminate triad”


R. Vaughan Williams

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
RCT 16.210

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Shelfmark of copy: 
MS Mus 1714/2/6, ff. 142-143
General notes: 

From paper - it could refer to a work by Julius Röntgen, a relation of Elizabeth Trevelyan who had introduced him to VW.

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