Sharp, Cecil J. (Cecil James), 1859-1924

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VWL5134 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of The Daily Chronicle

Mr. R. Vaughan Williams writes:
Owing to absence from home, I have only just seen Mr. Cecil Sharp's article on folk-tune.  As a collector, in...

1900526
VWL5109 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of the Morning Post

Sir,
All lovers of music must have been interested in the report in the Morning Post of the 27th ult. of Mr. C.J. Sharp's lecture on folk-...

19031201
VWL115 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Chap.3. p.3  for “Susan told me ..” read “Mrs Williams told me”
- - - - - -  for “one H. Lancombe” read “Mr H. Lancombe”

p.4 ...

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VWL5135 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of the Morning Post

Sir,
My attention has been called to the paragraph in your issue of 1st October referring to my letter to The Morning Post in which I...

19041004
VWL5108 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of the Morning Post

Sir,
I am glad to see in your issue of this morning that Miss Keeton did not intend to impugn Mr. Sharp's probity when she referred to his...

19060828
VWL147 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I'm most fearfully sorry about the report  (I have lost my copy but I suppose you refer to the sentence about the Board of...

190611--
VWL148 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I think your motions are very good ones1 - but wish you [would] let me propose them - or a similar one in my...

190611--
VWL3630 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to ? Cecil Sharp

(Folk Song Society 1903-6) 

Telegram, date-stamped Cockfosters NO 27 06
Handed in at Chelsea at 11.54, received 12.36
Reply Paid...

19061127
VWL150 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

 Dear Sharp

Here are your sheets1 - you know the book’s splendid, I believe, if you don’t put too much in and cut...

190705--
VWL151 Draft notes by Ralph Vaughan Williams relating to Cecil Sharp's English Folksongs (London 1907)

[Notes on the draft of Sharp’s English folk song: some conclusions, London 1907.
A. Section dealing with Chapters 1 & 2 - not paginated...

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