Dyson, George, 1883-1964

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VWL2977 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

I think I ought to have written to you to say that Alan Frank was most ready to issue a brochure & we have seen a proof....

19490330
VWL5049 Letter from Arnold Bax, Ralph Vaughan Williams and others to The Editor of The Times

Sir,
Ten years ago the most renowned private music library in the world, that of Paul Hirsch, was transferred from Frankfort-on-Main1...

19460409
VWL3902 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R
I'm sorry -
a) that I didn't stop to see you at the Dyson concert the night before I sailed: but I was tired and rather bored:...

19320415
VWL2099 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arnold Barter

Dear Barter

Thank you very much - I have passed on the name to Mr Cooper.1
I hear on all hands what a fine show Dyson gave...

19460922
VWL2201 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Benjamin Britten

Dear Britten

I resigned from the L.C.C. advisory ctee in June on the question of the organ & I believe Dyson also...

19510308
VWL1219 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

This is splendid news - & I congratulate you.
I wish I cd have heard your overture - perhaps I shall one...

19390731
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...

19400821
VWL2097 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

My Dear Gerald & Joyce & all my friends on the postcard (I feel sure all the young women whose names are signed & whom I don't know...

19460918
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...

19400821
VWL1560 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Adrian Boult (BBC)

Dear Adrian

(1) I would do much to oblige both Mr. Ogilvie & yourself – But I stick to my opinion that I am not the man for this...

19390415

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