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VWL1686 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin,

The position is this with regard to Co[a]stal Command, Muir Mathieson is making a suite out of the music which he conducts...

19420905
VWL1687 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

Excuse wartime paper.
I fear poor old Rowe1 has made a pretty good mess of this.
On page 8 he has copied...

19420908
VWL1694 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

It occurs to me that if my “New Commonwealth” comes out I might suggest to Dr Sargent1 performing it...

19420928
VWL1754 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Oxford University Press

[incomplete]
(3) “New Commonwealth”
- Have you made a separate agreement with Harold Child  – and if not, would you do so? I want to...

19430309
VWL1819 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

                                   New Commonwealth

I am anxious as you say to make the unison version as cheap...

19431114
VWL1846 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

As usual the BBC are careless and ignorant.
As you say, the words in my Anthem are not from ‘Recessional’ but...

19440101
VWL1910 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

I would be very glad if you will deal with the BBC about my Richard II music.1
The music takes about ¼ hour I...

19440404
VWL1917 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Henry Wood

Dear Wood

At last I am able to send you a fair copy of my oboe concerto.1
I am so sorry for the delay which is due (i) to...

19440531
VWL1937 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Victor Hely-Hutchinson (BBC)

Dear Hely Hutchinson1

Thank you very much for your letter.
I have already heard from Leslie Woodgate (to whom I had written...

19441013
VWL1940 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Douglas

Dear Mr Roy Douglas

I understand from Peterkin of the O.U.P. that you might be willing to make a reduced score of the ‘Victory Anthem’ that...

19441015

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