Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Letter No.: 
Monday night [8th April 1935]

Belov Boo

(1) The Symph is emerging - & I now couldn't bear you not to hear it - last week I thought I cdnt bear anyone to hear it! - It was wonderful to get the 1st movement going this morning - It’s powerful! - I ought to have had more faith -1
Tell dear Nevil we're delighted to have him stay on - that doesn't mean that you can't stay whenever you want a room for Bob2 can have his bed in his sitting room whenever necessary.
…  I keep your ticket here

1. The VWs were in London for the final rehearsals and first performance of the Fourth Symphony.
2. Robert de Ropp, a cousin of Adeline, who was staying with the VWs. See VWL914.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus. 1714/1/9, ff.98-99
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Date from postmark.  Sent to Cordelia at The White Gates.

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