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VWL147 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I'm most fearfully sorry about the report  (I have lost my copy but I suppose you refer to the sentence about the Board of...

190611--
VWL148 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I think your motions are very good ones1 - but wish you [would] let me propose them - or a similar one in my...

190611--
VWL149 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Folk Song Society

I think that the 1st paragraph on p.5, namely that dealing with the B.O.E.1 needs modification and I should like to...

190611--
VWL150 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

 Dear Sharp

Here are your sheets1 - you know the book’s splendid, I believe, if you don’t put too much in and cut...

190705--
VWL151 Draft notes by Ralph Vaughan Williams relating to Cecil Sharp's English Folksongs (London 1907)

[Notes on the draft of Sharp’s English folk song: some conclusions, London 1907.
A. Section dealing with Chapters 1 & 2 - not paginated...

190705--
VWL556 Letter from Cecil Sharp to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear V.W.

How nice of you to send me your two brass-band works - the Folk Song Suite I heard through the wireless last Sunday and liked...

19240522
VWL4825 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I am horrified at the vulgarity of the enclosed leaflet - it is not even original
Who is responsible for it - not Inez...

193306--
VWL4899 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I am going to risk getting my nose bitten off. But don't you think you ought to undertake the editorship of the Journal - & use...

19390713
VWL4664 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Plomer

Dear Sir
I have been reading with interest your "Kilverts Diary".1
On page 43 there is a reference to the "Lazarus" ballad...

19410622
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