Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Cole

Letter No.: 
VWL3748
25th January 1950.

The White Gates,
Dorking.

Dear Bill
It is most kind of you to be taking the rehearsal again on Thursday and Saturday.1 I could do it, but my doctor advises me not to, until my voice is quite right. It will would probably bring my catarrh all back.
I feel that what they want now they know more or less what they ought to do, is some-one like you who will go throug it with a tooth-comb and see they really do it, which I have neither the patience nor the skill to do.
Yrs
RVW

(R. Vaughan Williams).

Dr. Cole,
Greenways,
Nower Road,
Dorking.


1. For the Leith Hill Musical Festival.

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Typewritten, signed.

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Letter