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

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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
VWL388 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I return m.s. which seems to me v. good.1 I always agree with your conclusions - though not always with the way to...

19131103
VWL338 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I’ve had it on my mind some time to write to you on the general policy of the E.F.D.S.1 - & this Paris business...

191307--
VWL341 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Calvocoressi

Dear Mr Calvocoressi

I think you would be much interested in 3 demonstrations of our English popular (folk) dances which will take place in...

19130609
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
VWL335 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I can’t tell you how much your letter has delighted me - indeed I feel so excited I can do no work this morning.  I had been in...

191107--
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...

19110425
VWL305 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I can’t get over my shame in not having acknowledged your present1 - & when you have done me the great honour (...

1911----
VWL225 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

The cheese is delicious we had it for lunch on our return from Leith Hill Place and we feel absolutely crammed with proteids...

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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--

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