Parker, George, 1882-1970

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VWL1634 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

Many thanks for your letter - I have been trying to find the ideal “Christus” & as yet have failed - that is why I am...

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VWL1627 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker1

I am delighted to hear from Miss Cullen2 that you will kindly sing for us at Dorking March 21 & 28...

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VWL1630 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker
(I trust we need not Mr and Dr each other any more)
On mature thought I think it better to stick to the original plan &...

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VWL1841 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

 Matthew Passion
 Dorking April 3d
I am not satisfied with my rendering of No 75 (Make me clean) -...

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VWL1794 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

Thank you very much for the press cutting - I fear there wd be no chance of recording with all the quotas so cut...

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VWL2034 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

I believe you wanted this copy of the Passion which you sang off.
I never saw you on the 28th to thank you for...

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VWL2037 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

Many thanks for your letter and suggestion - If anything of the kind you suggest ever materializes from me I hope very much...

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VWL2096 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

Thank you very much for your letter & the enclosures. Yes, I listened and thought you sang splendidly. Thank you. The...

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VWL2138 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

I am so glad you can come to the “Passion” on March 8 & March 19.1 Now a slight difficulty problem has...

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VWL2143 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Parker

Dear Parker

We tried to listen to you last night but interference made it almost impossible.  The New Ghost seemed to be going very well as...

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