Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams for the Coldharbour parish magazine

Letter No.: 
VWL4035
[22 October 1931]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,
Dorking.

I thought that the singing of the choir was very good, both in quality of tone and in the style of singing. This proves the excellence of Miss Ault's training. In the organ recital which followed the service she proved herself to be, as we all know, a most efficient player and the pieces chosen were just right for a village church, simple and mostly of the very best.
R. Vaughan Williams

Location of original letter:

Shelfmark of original letter: 
R46/4
General notes: 

This relates to the opening of the new organ at Coldharbour church, near Dorking. VW had been asked to write something for the parish magazine (see VWL4034), and this enclosure was sent with VWL4034. A copy of the printed magazine, with the letter included, is in Dorking Museum Archives, R46/7.

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Letter