Finzi, Gerald, 1901-1956

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VWL4197 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Joan Shaw

Dearest Joan
It sounds all difficult for you.  I wonder if you couldn't catch a student who could help with, anyway, chores, shopping, etc...

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VWL3555 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

That was a lovely notice of Gerald’s tune, both for him & for Howardie – I am so glad it was like that.1
I write from the...

19571213
VWL3558 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

Dearest Michael,

Ralph is doing well – though he’s getting progressively furiouser and furiouser – but the doctor is being frightfully...

19571126
VWL3465 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

My dear Michael and Eslyn,

I had already got a record of Nielsen 5, and had not made much out of it, but hearing it under John1 ...

19570215
VWL3461 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

Dear Michael,

I was so glad to get your letter, though I find some of it difficult to answer.1 Your question of who is the...

19570126
VWL3443 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

I am so glad that you will accept the tuning fork.1 Now I want you to do another thing for me.  Arthur Bliss and...

19561025
VWL3441 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

I posess Beethoven’s tuning fork, which was passed from hand to hand, direct from Beethoven to Gustav Holst, who left it in...

19561021
VWL3430 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arnold Barter

Dictated1

Dear Barter,

Your letter has followed me here - hence my delay in answering.
It is wonderful of you to...

19561005
VWL3427 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of the Times

Appreciation of Gerald Finzi

[The Times,] Wednesday October 3, 1956

MR. GERALD FINZI
Dr. Ralph Vaughan Williams writes: -

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19561003
VWL3429 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Thank you for a lovely letter. We have had a wonderful time bathing, basking and siesta-ing – the minimum of sightseeing.1 It is still...

19561002

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