Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George McCleary

Letter No.: 
VWL4698
[1920s?]

My dear McCleary,
I don't consider giving a little advice and criticism to the daughter of an old friend as "instruction". It is a great pleasure to me to help Fiona in her compositions occasionally - and mind that she is to go on coming when ever she feels inclined and has anything to ask about. I like hearing the views and seeing the aims of the younger generation - it keeps me young!

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MS Mus. 1714/1/26, f. 149
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Extract from a letter quoted in typescript unpublished reminiscences of Fiona McCleary.

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Letter