Finzi, Gerald, 1901-1956

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VWL2410 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Thank you very much for the part song, which I judge is all right now.** 
The latest date for the “Elegy” in Oxford is the one you give me,...

19520522
VWL2449 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Herbert Howells

Dear Herbert

I return your list.1 Of course I would not dream of cutting out any names, even if personally I do not want them....

19520709
VWL2489 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald and Joy Finzi

Dear Gerald and Joyce,

I have eaten your pears for three days without stopping now, they are delicious.
I have looked at your...

19521014
VWL2490 Letter from Gerald Finzi to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Even L van B wrote the Choral Fantasia, so I don't feel too abashed at taking you at your word & telling you how the Sons of Light struck me....

19521014
VWL2491 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald,

There are three things to do with S.O.L.1 -
A. Leave it to its fate. But is this right? there is no room in...

19521019
VWL2519 Letter from Gerald Finzi to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Uncle Ralph,

There is no room in the world, as you say, for second rate work.  But no work from a first rate mind is ever really...

19521020
VWL2927 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

What with all of this & that I find I have to remake my will,1  & so I wonder if you’d mind looking after...

1953----
VWL2617 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald,

You have probably by this time heard from Lady Croft that they offer you £25. We will try and squeeze some more out of them. ...

19530122
VWL2619 Letter from Gerald Finzi to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Uncle Ralph

The Oxford performance1 was good, but having heard the Manchester broadcast, & again, last night, the Phil...

19530122
VWL2623 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

Thank you so much for your letter.
I thought at one time of going to Oxford, but I am glad now I did not, because...

19530128

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