Barbirolli, John, 1899-1970

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VWL3348 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

My dear Michael,

I am dictating this from my bed.  I am perfectly well, but the doctor says I must not put my foot down till I am cured of...

19560701
VWL2690 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

Dear Michael

We are coming to Manchester (Grand1) on 14th – but I believe we are bound to the Barbirolli’s for the...

19530609
VWL3399 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

Dear Michael,

Thank you so much for your fine notice of the concert.1 I am still worrying a little about the last movement I...

19560513
VWL2289 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Douglas

Dear Roy
 Do you think I could have your comments on my No.5. fairly soon?1 I think Barbirolli would like to have my corrected...

19511024
VWL2346 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Douglas

                                             p.s. 1st Flute on p.5 certainly
Dear Roy
 Thank you for the lovely score1...

195111--
VWL3220 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Douglas

My dear Roy,

Here is the second movement1 returned with all your corrections noted. I think I have marked the metronome rather...

19551110
VWL2405 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Douglas

Dear Roy

I feel I have done all I can now with the S.A,1 so it must now take its chance. I think Barbirolli will do it at the...

19520423
VWL3432 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Tom Whitestone

Dear Tom

Sir John Barbirolli has sent me your letter to him - I am glad you like Haydn; he is a very great man & wrote beautiful tunes...

19561009
VWL2740 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

My dear Michael,

Your letter made me very happy.  If John could make it happen it would be wonderful, above anything else, for Ralph...

19531123
VWL3522 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Thank you for lovely long letter.  Poor John1 – he is in the wars!  We had a lovely concert in Bath, & the west looked radiant....

19570603

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