Irving, Ernest, 1878-1953

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VWL2460 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R.V.W.

I hope you do not suppose for one moment that your modesty is any defence! The worst you are capable of is better than the best...

19520819
VWL2472 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R.V.W.

Arktos has defeated them, so why don’t you call it “The Brumas Concerto”, though then I suppose they would associate it with a...

19520922
VWL2482 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

For 10/10/52

May you stroll about the quatre vingts for as long as you are interested.
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                    Understudy

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19521010
VWL2497 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear V.W.,

If all the world did not know you as our greatest living master, and all your friends as a benign and warm-hearted man, I should...

19471216
VWL2542 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Una vox et praeterea nihil.1

I very much regret to state
Your scheme for treating No.8,
Has pulled us up with...

19480120
VWL2544 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Confirming our telephone conversation, I will carefully rehearse the music of no.8 with Mr. Frend and Mr. Cole so that everybody concerned knows...

19480122
VWL2546 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear VW

I have heard the tracks.1 The Antarctic Prologue with the voices comes out very well indeed, and I think we may be able...

19480210
VWL2569 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R.V.W.

I hate to worry you about it, but I have received some press cuttings, two from Manchester and one from “Music & Musicians...

19530108
VWL2592 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear VW

Thank you for the bunch of scores to hand today. We cannot give you accurate timings till the picture is rough cut, by which time...

19480416
VWL2608 Letter from Ernest Irving to Ralph Vaughan Williams

[Extract]

Dear R.V.W.

Thank you very much for speaking to the Radio Times1 ...
It is amusing about the title - the...

19530109

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