Jacob, Gordon, 1895-1984

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VWL705 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arthur Bliss

Dear Arthur

Thank you so much - I have my ups & downs - sometimes I hate it. I'm glad you like the slow movt best - you know that I owe...

19350427
VWL4707 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Bruce L. Richmond

My dear Bruce
A letter from you is worth all the music paper in the world.1
Do you think I am too old to start learning how...

19451015
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----
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--
VWL1764 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gwen Beckett (BBC)

Dear Mrs Beckett

At the request of Sir Adrian I send you a list of those I am inviting to Maida Vale on May 25.1
Mr. Hubert...

19430521
VWL1748 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Henry Wood

Dear Wood

I have come to the conclusion that my new Symphony1 must now go forward “for better, for worse’ - So would you like me...

19430205
VWL1981 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foss

Dear Hubert

I hope you already know what affection and admiration your friends have for you and your work. Now some of us want to show it...

19500315
VWL1520 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foss (OUP)

Dear Foss,

                                                              M.B. arrt of “England”1

I must on no...

19410118
VWL1174 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Iris Lemare

Dear Iris

Thankyou very much for your letter - I don't agree with you about the lack of material (unless you insist on 1st ...

19370414
VWL5009 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Buckland

Dear Buckland,
I listened to your Electra music the other night and thought it very successful as background music, which is after all what...

19480211

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