Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Letter No.: 
July 16 [1948]

From R. Vaughan Williams,
The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Frank

(1)  Job at Worcester
Atkins refuses to let me have a Saxophone - if he persists I shall cut the section where it occurs (Scene VI  F.S. p. 67 up to letter (Pp)) - so please ask your librarian not to send the parts till this is settled - & then if he persists to paste paper over the cuts to be made.1
(2)  I return the Galop - it seems all right.2
(3)   I return your note about Job with my comment3

R. Vaughan Williams

1.  Sir Ivor Atkins was arranging a performance of Job to be conducted by VW at Worcester during the Three Choirs Festival. See R.V.W.: a biography, pp.285-286.
2.  An arrangement of the ‘Galop’ from the Suite for Viola and Small Orchestra, Catalogue of Works 1938/11, for violin and piano by Louis Persinger, published by Oxford University Press in 1939.
3.  See VWL2775.

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