Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Frederick Page

Letter No.: 
27th December, 1950.

The White Gates,
Dorking, SURREY.

Dear Page

I shall be delighted for you to play my “Fantasia”.  I only wish I could hear you.
I think I prefer you to do the two-pianoforte version of the “Concerto” which has a lot in it which is necessarily not in the one pianoforte version.
I have succumbed to the wiles of Mrs. Page and have agreed to give her a sitting, as doubtless she has already told you.1
R. Vaughan Williams

Frederick Page, Esq.,
14, Arundel Gardens,
London, W.11.

1. Evelyn Page was an artist and portrait painter.


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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Papers 3903

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Shelfmark of copy: 
MS Mus. 1714/1/26, ff. 37-38
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Typewritten, signed.

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