Newman, Ernest, 1868-1959

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VWL2687 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Dear Eslyn & Michael,

Thank you so much for you letter, which I will try and answer. I also have not heard the final record of my...

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VWL2683 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arthur Benjamin

Dear Arthur

I listened with extraordinary interest to the broadcast of your Opera. It will be a scandal if it is not now put on the stage....

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VWL2223 Letter from Edward J. Dent to Ralph Vaughan Williams

[Dear Vaughan Williams]

I am very glad to hear that you are firmly determined to reserve the Pilgrim1 for the theatre and not to...

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VWL4229 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Newman

Dear Mr Newman
My wife asks me to report that Mrs Smith came to us last August and left by her own wish at the end of six weeks -...

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VWL1897 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

I am glad to see that Ernest1 has begun to see light at last.
Yrs
RVW


1.  Concerning a...

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VWL4228 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Newman

Dear Mr Newman
As a result, presumably, of our meeting at the R.A.M.1 I have been asked by the Home Office to recommend for...

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VWL4224 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Newman

Dear Mr Newman
Thank you for your answer to my letter.1
Can you come to a meeting at the Royal Academy of Music at 2-30 on...

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VWL4223 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Newman

Dear Mr Newman

I feel that it is time that British musicians got together and looked for the release of their fellow musicians who are...

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VWL1430 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Granville Bantock

Dear Bantock1

I feel that it is time that British musicians got together and looked for the release of their fellow musicians...

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VWL4227 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Newman

Dear Mr Newman
I take the liberty of sending you the enclosed in case by any chance you would be able and willing to come.
Gundry was a...

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