Boughton, Rutland, 1878-1960

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VWL3451 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Rutland,

First, I am so glad to hear about the copies of your operas.  Also, thank you for all you say about my number 8.1...

19561209
VWL3428 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Mr Boughton,

It is strange to answer your letter when that lovely morning we all spent together is so fresh in our minds, and to think...

19560929
VWL3404 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Herbert Byard

Dear Byard,
May we stop mistering and doctoring?  I am glad the symphony came through well.  I think the second performance was better,...

19560520
VWL2695 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Rutland,

It was a great pleasure to hear The Immortal Hour again;1  there are some lovely things in it, and you are...

19530621
VWL2684 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Rutland

I wish I could say that I have been responsible for the production of “The Immortal Hour” at Sadlers Wells.   It is almost...

19530513
VWL2621 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Rutland Boughton Newent

All good wishes for many happy years.  You know how much I admire you in spite of or perhaps because of differences...

19530124
VWL2446 Letter from Rutland Boughton to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My Dear Ralph

Thank you with all my heart for giving me the chance of being present at your Celebration on the 6th.1 You now...

19521014
VWL2448 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Rutland,

This is really too bad!  To accuse me of not being able to speak my mind because of my official position.  To start with, I...

19520709
VWL2449 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Herbert Howells

Dear Herbert

I return your list.1 Of course I would not dream of cutting out any names, even if personally I do not want them....

19520709
VWL2445 Letter from Rutland Boughton to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph

Of course Shaw was ridiculous.  He set out to be.  Would you have had him build a vatican, and pretend to be infallible? Shaw...

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