Morris, R. O. (Reginald Owen), 1886-1948

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VWL4299 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin
Thank you very much for writing to me.  I had better put the difficulties first (I always get to work that way).
First...

191507--
VWL3157 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Cunliffe

Dear Mr Cunliffe
Please forgive my not answering before - I have been so busy1
I have consulted with Mr R.O. Morris - &...

19230312
VWL870 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Vally Lasker

Dear Vally

Thankyou very much for the cello part.
I enclose a “chit” in case they challenge you at rehearsal - but don’t use it unless...

19301013
VWL905 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ina Boyle

Dear Miss Boyle

Could you come to 30 Glebe Place Chelsea1 on Tuesday at 2.30?  I am in London that day and I think I could get...

19310307
VWL940 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams and others to Edward Elgar

Dear Sir Edward Elgar

You said last night that owing to the badness of the Woolworth pencils you could no longer write music. We all want...

19310909
VWL987 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Mr Finzi

Yes - do come if you can. Next Monday or Tuesday (14 or 15th) or Monday 21st? Come in time for our 12.30 fodder - Ralph has...

19311212
VWL3668 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Mullinar

Dear Michael

I’ve been thinking over your question and I have come to the conclusion that you had better not accept the B.B.C. offer...

193401--
VWL1179 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo.

Morris’s Symph came through perfectly - It sounded very distinguished to me - The 1st movement just slightly like R’s...

19340103
VWL1296 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Herbert Howells

Dear Herbert

Thankyou so much for your amusing & informative letter.1
It was awful missing all the Nymphs of Gloucester...

19340912
VWL4677 Letter from R.O. Morris to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph
I really do feel a bloody fool to have taken so long to realize that Symph., however, better late than never.  You must be feeling...

1935----

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