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

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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...

190705--
VWL389 Letter from Cecil Sharp to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear V. [W].

It is really most good of you to go through my MS. so carefully.  I see the force of nearly all your contentions, but I do not...

19131109
VWL540 Letter from Cecil Sharp to Ralph Vaughan Williams

19.I.24

Dear Ralph

By all means use ‘I’ll go & enlist’ in your published ballet music - I am only too glad to hear you are...

19240119
VWL556 Letter from Cecil Sharp to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear V.W.

How nice of you to send me your two brass-band works - the Folk Song Suite I heard through the wireless last Sunday and liked...

19240522
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...

195903--
VWL598 Letter from Maud Karpeles to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Dr. Vaughan Williams,

Is the market price really so low or is it your principles?
I feel that a Society of the standing of the E....

19260112
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
VWL1046 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to A.H. Fox-Strangways

Dear Foxy,1

Maud has sent me a draft of the life to look at.2  I think it is going to be very good.  My chief...

19330220
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 ...

1904----
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--

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