Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Letter No.: 
Sunday [21st February 1937]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Gerald

I had looked at your Hardy Songs1 but had not heard them till last night.
How I enjoyed and admired - & I must have the pleasure of saying this - 
I thought they were admirably sung. However it is your exquisite cunning that makes the words shine out so clearly - I only failed over ‘So mean I’ not knowing the poem well enough. And it is a pity Hardy had to twist his words thus.
When will you both be passing our way again
Love from us to you all

1.  Earth and Air and Rain, op. 15.

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Finzi Box 10
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