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VWL579 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Robert F. McEwen

Dear McEwen

Thank you so much for sending me your two compositions I am just off to Prag for the “Freak” festival.1
You may...

19250510
VWL4788 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

My Dear Maud
(1) Gordon Jacob will soon be sending you the 6 folk-tune marches for Fife & Drum band - I enclose his receipt
(2) C...

19250615
VWL594 Letter from Hubert Foss to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Williams

I send you herewith two first proofs of the cover of “The Delectable Mountains” full score and vocal score and...

19251111
VWL595 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Boosey

Dear Mr Boosey

Many thanks for your kind & appreciative letter. I believe the OUP are going to issue my lyric1 Suite.
...

19251116
VWL740 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward Clark (BBC)

Dear Sirs

I am doing my best for you & sending an arrangement for Chamber Orchestra of my “Lark Ascending’ & proof copy of score...

1926----
VWL4008 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Performing Right Society

Dear Sir
In reply to your letter I have no list of my published compositions & could not possibly make one from memory; but I think that...

19260521
VWL635 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foss at Oxford University Press

Dear Foss

I have been asked to write a Te Deum for the enthronement of the new Archbp in Cant: Cath:  Wd you like to see...

19281001
VWL4110 Letter from Martin Shaw to Ralph Vaughan Williams

This is a copy of what I have sent to V.W.
Dear V.W.,
Songs of Praise for Children, No. 78 "The Shepherds had an Angel".  Do you...

19281005
VWL638 Letter from Lucy Broadwood to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph,

I am so sorry abt your lost letter, which has not reappeared, & for the trouble given to Adeline to transcribe...

19281101
VWL639 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Lucy Broadwood

Dear Miss Broadwood

I hasten to answer the business part of your letter.1
There is of course no necessity for you to...

19281107

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