Rubbra, Edmund, 1901-1986

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VWL2794 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund

Thankyou very much for letting me know – I think we are both free & wd love to come. When is the rehearsal?...

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VWL3296 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

My dear Edmund,

Alas – we cannot be with you tonight.  Ralph conducted St Matthew1 twice in a week before he had properly...

19560321
VWL3506 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

GREETINGS TELEGRAM

T23 GTG 2.8 AMBASSADOR XW 19

= GREETINGS = RABBA

FESTIVAL HALL SOUTHBANK SE1

SO SORRY WE CANNOT...

19560321
VWL3314 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

We listened in, faute de mieux; I do not pretend to be able to appraise a work at first hearing.  All I know is that it seemed...

19560326
VWL3316 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

Dear Michael

I am so glad you were able to listen to Dona.1 I only listened in2 and it did not seem to me a very good...

19560329
VWL3397 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

Thank you and Antoinette so much for your telegram, and you for your letter.  It was a fine performance.  I am glad you...

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VWL3357 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund and Antoinette Rubbra

Dear Edmund, and Antoinette,

Thank you so much for your letter, and you know how I value your appreciation.We were desolated not to be...

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VWL3434 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

I suppose you have heard of the proposed Holst concert?1 - to be given by the L.P.O. on December 10th, which Adrian...

19561013
VWL3441 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

I posess Beethoven’s tuning fork, which was passed from hand to hand, direct from Beethoven to Gustav Holst, who left it in...

19561021
VWL3443 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

I am so glad that you will accept the tuning fork.1 Now I want you to do another thing for me.  Arthur Bliss and...

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