Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Letter No.: 
10 Dec. 1952

While you were away in Germany I sent you a set of four unison songs, made at your suggestion out of “Sons of Light”.1 Were they ever given to you by your Secretary?
Yours sincerely,

(R. Vaughan Williams)

Alan Frank, Esq.,
Oxford University Press.

P.S. A man called Denis Williams wants to arrange my Serenade for Strings & pfte2 for a performance - I have given leave unless you disapprove.

1. Sun, Moon, Stars and Man for unison voices and strings, Catalogue of Works 1950/3a. See VWL2524.
2. Serenade to Music, Catalogue of Works 1938/2.

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File 119
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[Fragment of letter dated 10 Dec. 1952 to Alan Frank, according to annotation on typewritten copy of this extract]. Typewritten with manuscript postscript in the hand of VW.

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