Cole, William, 1909-1997

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VWL4424 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Treasurer of the Leith Hill Musical Festival

Dear Mr Treasurer
I am anxious this jubilee year to have a specially good performance of the Passion - To achieve that I am suggesting that...

19550113
VWL3700 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Cole

Dear Bill,
The last thing I want to do is to make bad blood, so I will say nothing at present, but I shall probably write a letter to Margery...

19560417
VWL3695 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Kathleen Riddick

Dear Miss Riddick,

There is a report that you have threatened to withdraw a concerto engagement for Miss Vera Kantrovich with your...

19570122
VWL3694 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Cole

Dear Bill

Thank you for your letter. I have had no answer from Miss Riddick yet!1
I think we had better have Martin to play...

19570126
VWL3514 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margery Cullen

Dear Margery,

Here is a formal letter which I ask you to read out at your next Committee meeting.1
I have already talked to...

19570514
VWL3515 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margery Cullen

Dear Miss Cullen,

Please congratulate all concerned for me for the fine success of our last Festival.  To give such a performance of...

19570514
VWL3396 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margery Cullen

My dear Margery,

Things are rather piling up for me - there is going to be a run-through of my new symphony on March 21st, to which you...

19580128
VWL3322 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the performers in the LHMF Passion

To all those who took part in the performance of Bach's St Matthew Passion on Wednesday, March 5th 1958.

You covered yourselves with glory...

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VWL3309 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margery Cullen

To the L.H.M.C. Choirs.

We are very sorry for our own sakes that we cannot be with you for the Festival.1
I shall miss you...

19580408
VWL3693 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Cole

POST OFFICE TELEGRAM

COLE WHITE GATES DORKING SURREY ENGLAND

GOOD LUCK TO YOUR FESTIVAL
LOVE URSULA AND RALPH

 

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