Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Letter No.: 
VWL4826
[August 1933]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,
Dorking.

Dear Maud
Herewith the screed with a few emendations.
I only doubt about the opening sentence - it was originally written as an answer to Foxy's statement that Sharp was not a creative artist.1 If it stands away from this context does it not want amplifying?
Sorry for all your trouble - I am now walking with a stick2
Yrs RVW


1. A.H. Fox-Strangways, who had collaborated with Karpeles on a biography of Cecil Sharp.
2. Karpeles enquires after VW's ankle in a letter to him on 1st July 1933.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus. 1714/2/3/1, f. 130
General notes: 

Date from reference to walking with a stick, and context in file.

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Letter