Kennedy, Douglas Neil, 1893-1988

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VWL598 Letter from Maud Karpeles to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Dr. Vaughan Williams,

Is the market price really so low or is it your principles?
I feel that a Society of the standing of the E....

19260112
VWL4811 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I think this is rather a good tune - & I do think its important to keep the real tune wherever possible so as to avoid...

19281207
VWL4468 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Frank Howes

Dear Howes
I send this tune for what it is worth.
Also the book of America I spoke of - can I have the copy back please as it is my only...

1935----
VWL4863 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I have been thinking about last Tuesday, and one thing has become clear to me.
Either you or Douglas must be director...

19351102
VWL644 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

Dear Madam,

Many thanks for your scenario. It seems to me more suitable for miming to accompany a recitation or singing of the...

193710--
VWL4928 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Kennedy

I at last return the ballet scenario.
It seems to me entirely dependent on what you as choreographer can make of it. I should feel inclined...

19371218
VWL4929 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Kennedy

Dear Douglas
I don't feel much drawn to this - its too realistic and not idealized enough I feel. I must read through the poem again...

19380116
VWL663 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

My Dear

We never seem to meet now. Last Wed: I had to be in N/C1 & now College term is over & I shall not be going to...

193904--
VWL1593 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

My Dear1

This is splendid about Noyes2 - you will soon be appearing in the Sketch and Tatler “Ursula Wood the well...

19390726
VWL1218 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

My Dear

I got your express last night. The boy came twice - because the 1st time he’d forgotten it.
I thought the only...

19390730

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