Child, Harold, 1869-1945

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VWL4938 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Child,
I shd think the drafts wd do very well.  I want something rather march-like in character I think (rather like my '...

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VWL4936 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Child,
No, it isn't that I feel uncomfortable except on a few points of detail.
But there are some problems and the chief one is...

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VWL4939 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

My dear Child
And this just as I am beginning to enjoy myself and things are going to hum!  I spent all yesterday afternoon and evening over...

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VWL4925 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Mr Child,
I've at last read through your admirable scenario very thoroughly - it seems fine, it ought to turn unto something...

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VWL365 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Mr. Child.1

(I hope I spell your name right - I’ve never seen it written!)
First I want to thank you very much for...

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VWL4940 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

My dear Child
I think the opera is beginning to go swimmingly.  I have sketched fully from Mary's ballad down to the end of Hugh's 1...

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VWL4941 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Child
Thank you very much for your letter.  I am sorry to hear that Mrs. Child has been so ill.  It was too good of you to pay any...

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VWL4943 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Child
Cd you come here one day soon & have a long talk over the opera - the 2nd Act is getting...

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VWL4944 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Child
I hope my telegram didn't alarm you - but I suddenly found I was going to have a peaceful 4 days in which I hope to set to work on...

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VWL4942 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Child

Dear Child
It was splendid to see your handwriting once more.  I was getting so afraid the fount had stopped.  It was good of you to go on...

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