Jacob, Gordon, 1895-1984

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VWL1326 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Vally Lasker

Dear Vally

Gordon Jacob cannot come on Monday - So I fear it is no use going through the Symph1 - But I should be glad if...

19341107
VWL3883 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dearest Grace
I agree with the great uncle "carry on".
I felt very proud to think you had been my pupil when I heard "Hen Walia" over...

193108--
VWL3879 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dear Grace
I've been through Hen1 - I like your tunes v. much - I should have liked "Suo Gân" all through again richly scored a le...

1931----
VWL676 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Malcolm Sargent

Dear Sargent

Thank you so much for the tickets on Friday.1
It was a wonderful spectacle and I enjoyed it very much.  But my...

19290623
VWL4796 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
This is rather late to welcome you home. Yes, get Jacob to do the new dances - But you had better interview him first & explain...

1927----
VWL4788 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

My Dear Maud
(1) Gordon Jacob will soon be sending you the 6 folk-tune marches for Fife & Drum band - I enclose his receipt
(2) C...

19250615
VWL4611 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Marion Scott

Dear Miss Scott

This is rather a difficult question - could you hear the 4tet and judge of it. If G.1...

19220201

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