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

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VWL3714 Letter from Margot Fonteyn to Vaughan Williams Memorial subscribers

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS MEMORIAL
THE ENGLISH FOLK-DANCE AND SONG SOCIETY

Dear Sir (Madam),
I thought you would like to know that this...

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VWL4405 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Joan Bray

Dear Mrs Bray,
Thank you for your letter.1 I enclose, with your returned press cuttings, a copy of the E.F.D.S. Journal which will...

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VWL4893 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud,
Thank you very much for the lovely handkerchief and the carol.
Now to business. You may remember that you wrote me a letter...

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VWL4894 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I am so glad you like my new introduction. I advise you not to enter into a controversy about authentic and plagal.
On the...

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VWL4897 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dictated, as you see:

Dear Maud
I will try to answer your questions, but I fear I am rather a broken reed. I will do my best.
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VWL4895 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud,
I can't answer the questions till I have my book and I can't find my copy.
Will this screed do?1
Love,
...

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VWL2355 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gilmour Jenkins

Private & Confidential
for Executive Committee,1 6th February, 1952.

COPY OF A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT TO SIR GILMOUR...

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VWL4733 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Chambers

Dear Father George
I return the essay with many thanks.1 It has been interesting me much and taught me a lot - But there are two...

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VWL1966 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of The Times

Sir,

Cecil Sharp House was opened in 1930 in memory of the man who restored to the English people the songs and dances of their country....

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VWL4136 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Christopher le Fleming

Dear le Fleming
I don't think "The leaves they shall wither" is a folk-song in the strict sense - neither words nor tune suggest it - i.e....

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