Greene, Harry Plunket, 1865-1936

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VWL158 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

My Dear V.

Do you really think that because your work has been crowned with the disfavour of Joseph Bennet,1 that my & other...

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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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VWL441 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward J. Dent

Dear Dent

I was talking to my brother-in-law H.A.L. Fisher (minister of education)1 on Sunday - He thinks he could get a sum of...

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VWL884 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear Gustav

I've never written to you since the great night at S.P.G.S.1  - I somehow thought we should meet & talk it over...

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VWL418 Letter from Gerald Finzi to Vaughan Williams

Dear Uncle Ralph
 
I was purposely not going to write to you about the sym1; in spite of what I felt about it, because you...

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VWL3490 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

My dear Michael,

First, my fondest love and kisses sweet and twenty to Eslyn.  I am so sorry to hear that she has been ill, and do hope she...

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