Longman, Dorothy

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VWL226 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear Gustav

I have now seen (a) Niagara (b) the Woolworths Building and am most impressed by (b) - I’ve come to the conclusion that the...

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VWL354 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Beloved Boo.

The music festival ended yesterday. - 2 evening concerts - The 1st - the choirs - & the second one orchestral...

19220608
VWL4595 Letter from Dorothy Longman to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph
It has come this evening & so Sunday isn't soon enough to thank you very very much.1 it's really nice...

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VWL4596 Letter from Dorothy Longman to Ralph Vaughan Williams

I've been playing them today, alone, for there's no piano & besides I want you to be the first to play them with me.1 It's...

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VWL607 Letter from Dorothy Longman to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph

It was immense last night & reached up to the skies & down to the depths & as far as the East is from the West: it...

19260610
VWL521 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Robert Longman

Dear Bobby1

What's all this about?
You weren't rude to me - though I can quite imagine that you ought to have been with a...

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VWL1334 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mary Fletcher

My Dear Mary1

It is most kind of you to have done all this for me - I hope something will result from all my friends efforts but...

19380710
VWL3637 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Kathleen Merritt

Dear K.

(1) Folk song suite no use to you.  Mil. Band music arrt not for str but full orch
(2) I didn’t mention 4 hymns...

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VWL1423 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Robert Longman

Dear Bobby

I want to say so much and cannot.1
Only my love - and I do thank her for her beautiful life and for your...

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VWL1611 Letter from Robert Longman to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Ralph,

“When he understood it, he called for his friends”. Though at the time I did not know it, I feel that Dorothy did understand...

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