Bruch, Max, 1838-1920

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VWL287 Letter from Max Bruch to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Sir

I have arranged to give you the first lesson on Saturday 6th of November at 12 o'clock.
Yours truly

Dr. Max Bruch...

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VWL288 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph,

You must send the article directly it comes out - it is good getting something into print isn't [it] - and you must set to...

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VWL201 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

Do write and tell me some news of Felix.1 I only heard about it all in a letter from home this morning - You must...

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VWL202 Letter from Max Bruch to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Williams

I have written the “Zeugnis”1  in German; if you send it to London, you must add an English translation.
...

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VWL294 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

Dear Herr Gattoy1

I haven’t written to you for an age, so now I will begin by saying that I heard from Nicholas2 the...

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VWL299 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

Dear Herr Gatty,

I haven’t written to you for an age - never even thanked you for your Xmas card which we were very pleased to get,...

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VWL134 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edwin Evans

Dear Mr Evans1

I was born 1872
Went to Trinity College Cambridge 1892-95.
Studied R.C.M. 1890-2 and l895-6.
...

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VWL331 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Herbert Thompson

Dear Mr Thompson1

I will tell you all I can.  I think it best to put down any thing that occurs to me and then you can select...

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VWL3502 Piece on Ralph Vaughan Williams by John Ireland

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: EARLY DAYS1
by
JOHN IRELAND.

In the concluding years of the ‘nineties Vaughan Williams was a student...

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