Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Letter No.: 
[Spring 1891?]

... I shall have to write a preface saying that I owe my best thanks to all sorts of swells (though I differ from them on many points) for much valuable help. Also a rather silly song may possibly be accepted by Messrs Forsyth Brothers - but this is doubtful.
My ballet is due next Saturday1  - we are going to paste and bind it tonight.
Yrs affectionately

Ralph Vaughan Williams

1. This is possibly a reference to Tunes "For a Ballet" written in the Spring Term, 1891. See Catalogue of Works, p.3 (1891/3).

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MS. Mus. 1714/1/1, f. 3
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Incomplete fragment of a letter, possibly written to Ralph Wedgwood. Date from reference to ballet music (see footnote).

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