Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Letter No.: 
VWL4798
[1927?]

Dear Maud
Don't you worry about those arrangements - I shall think them over - & if I like them they shall go through - but perhaps I don't!
I shd like M. Mullinarfor the singing - but if Mrs Kettlewell2 wants to do it let her.
I spoke to Colonel Somerville (late commandant of Kneller Hall) about M.B. for the C.D.3 party & he says he will fix it all up - H says he thinks the minimum band must be 25 & will cost about £30-0-0 - but will you write to him explaining exactly what we want & the amt we cd pay
address
Colonel J.C. Somerville C.M.G.
52 Cambridge Terrace
W.2
Yrs
R Vaughan Williams


1. Michael Mullinar, pianist, presumably to accompany.
2. Lily Kettlewell, one of the Folk Dance and Song Society committee.
3. Military Band for the ?Country Dance

Location of original letter:

Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus, 1714/2/3/1, ff. 43-44
General notes: 

Date estimated from context in file. Somerville left Kneller Hall in 1925.

Format: 
Letter