Elgar, Edward, 1857-1934

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VWL210 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

My dear Randolph

It is delightful to get a letter from you - especially one asking me to do anything for you - I’ve  looked through “Hilf...

19061005
VWL335 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I can’t tell you how much your letter has delighted me - indeed I feel so excited I can do no work this morning.  I had been in...

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VWL816 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear Gustav

It is really splendid of them to want to come -  we will see what we can fix up when we get to Dorking where our perfectly ...

192809--
VWL3880 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dearest Grace
I feel so annoyed I haven't been able to write. I missed your piece! Just by a silly error as to to time. I turned on &...

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VWL891 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Peter Montgomery

Dear Peter

I quite agree with Dent’s letter - & I am in the same difficulty as he is about not knowing altogether what your purely...

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VWL3883 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dearest Grace
I agree with the great uncle "carry on".
I felt very proud to think you had been my pupil when I heard "Hen Walia" over...

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VWL940 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams and others to Edward Elgar

Dear Sir Edward Elgar

You said last night that owing to the badness of the Woolworth pencils you could no longer write music. We all want...

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VWL1056 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward Elgar

Dear Sir Edward Elgar

I, among hundreds of others, want to take this occasion to affirm my admiration & respect.
I will not insult...

19330604
VWL1349 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

[Fragment]

... and I pointed out to her that some of hers was the same as yours - which made her very unhappy because she had thought it...

1934----
VWL3992 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alexander Burnard

My dear Friend
Thank you very much for your interesting letter and the programmes. I am glad to hear of your composing activities. You are...

19340125

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