Finzi, Gerald, 1901-1956

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VWL4187 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Joan Shaw

My dear Joan,
We rejoice at your release.  I do hope it will be an agreeable place to stay, and you will start feeling more like yourself...

19560821
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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VWL3425 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Joy Finzi

Dearest Joy

Since [Gil’s?] letter came early this morning we have thought about you all the time.1 It seems to me that you have...

19560929
VWL2845 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

My dears

We are so delighted about Michael’s promotion1 – most exciting.  I suppose he’ll be Editor in Chief before we know...

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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
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
VWL3428 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Mr Boughton,

It is strange to answer your letter when that lovely morning we all spent together is so fresh in our minds, and to think...

19560929
VWL2125 Letter from Ursula Wood to Gerald Finzi

My dear Gerald,

I brought your letter here, for consultation and advice, as well as having talked it all over with Bob1 &...

19501218
VWL2964 Lines by Gerald Finzi

Lines found in Tiki’s basket & indubitably her composition.  Thus the talent inherited by Crispin.1

What nonsense to say...

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