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

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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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VWL368 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gilbert Murray

Dear Professor Murray

I do not know whether you are at all interested in the work of Mr Cecil Sharp in collecting and spreading...

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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...

19520116
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...

19580719
VWL386 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Lucy Broadwood

Dear Miss Broadwood

I bought Moffatt and Kidson’s book at your bidding1- I am afraid I am not very enthusiastic about it.  There...

19130122
VWL3623 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

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Dear Maud

Having preached a sermon to the Ctee I will now proceed to preach one to you in the hopes that like the...

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VWL4770 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Wd it be a good plan to have my proposal circulated to Ctee before meeting - any way I shall propose it thus
"That the artistic...

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VWL4788 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

My Dear Maud
(1) Gordon Jacob will soon be sending you the 6 folk-tune marches for Fife & Drum band - I enclose his receipt
(2) C...

19250615
VWL4789 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

My Dear Maud
Thankyou vy much for your letter & the delightful tune.
I fear I must bother you once again - would you in a spare...

19250627
VWL4799 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I am preparing the new F.S. Journal1 & I want the words of the enclosed list.
Where they are practically the...

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