Dunhill, Thomas F. (Thomas Frederick), 1877-1946

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VWL233 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

My dear V.H.

I am so very sorry - I can’t say more but you will know how sorry I am without my saying more. I’m afraid my letter hurt you...

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VWL4304 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Mr. Shaw
Ralph was duly impressed by the 69 & greatly interested in the new developments re your musical contracts.  Have you read...

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VWL980 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Sir

In reply to your letter of yesterday - You will remember that I signed the original letter unwillingly as I thought that the...

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VWL1430 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Granville Bantock

Dear Bantock1

I feel that it is time that British musicians got together and looked for the release of their fellow musicians...

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VWL4223 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Newman

Dear Mr Newman

I feel that it is time that British musicians got together and looked for the release of their fellow musicians who are...

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VWL2583 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Fritz Hart

Dear Fritz

I was glad to get your letter and will try to perpetrate a few bits of local news.  The chief seems to be the proposed 1951...

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VWL2863 Letter from John Ireland to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear V.W.

I was delighted to get your greetings telegram on my 75th.  My mind always returns nostalgically to our early RCM1...

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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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