Bax, Arnold, 1883-1953

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VWL704 Letter from Adrian Boult to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph,

It was great to get your letter, because I know you aren’t given to exaggerating.  And my delay in answering isn’t because I...

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VWL1251 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harriet Cohen

Dearest Harriet

I am so sorry I can’t manage either of the days you suggest.
Give my love to Arnold1 & tell him how...

19371102
VWL3783 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Horace Edward Randerson

Dear Randerson
I fear I know nothing of Mr Rygen1 or his orchestra. I have an idea that Arnold Bax knew something about him but...

1940----
VWL1631 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arnold Bax

Dear Arnold

I had hoped to see you on Tuesday & to congratulate not indeed you but those who had the good sense (to) show publicly...

19420205
VWL1689 BBC internal memorandum from Sir Adrian Boult to Arthur Bliss

BBC Internal Circulating Memo

From: Sir Adrian Boult

To: D. M.1  (London)

Subject: Dr. Vaughan Williams –...

19420915
VWL1800 Letter from Arthur Bliss to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph,

We are very anxious for you, if you will, to write a Victory Anthem, to be used at the end of the war.  If you would honour us...

19430817
VWL4668 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
Its good to hear of Hemmings. Send all your guests there especially Pumpel!
R had a good day in London - a sandwich lunch on...

19451106
VWL5049 Letter from Arnold Bax, Ralph Vaughan Williams and others to The Editor of The Times

Sir,
Ten years ago the most renowned private music library in the world, that of Paul Hirsch, was transferred from Frankfort-on-Main1...

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VWL4683 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
[...] R was very disappointed in Nicholas Nickleby I wonder if you were. I listened to the Grillers1 playing the Bloch...

1948----
VWL5011 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Buckland

Dear Buckland,
I was very glad to get your telegram and I listened part of the time, though I have to confess that the play bored me so that...

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