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
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
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
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
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....

19500104
VWL4019 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Performing Right Society

Dear Sir
In reply to your letter of March 19 - I am quite agreeable to the division proposed in your letter.
However, in case it affects...

19400320
VWL3622 Memo from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the EFDS Committee

Memo.  From RVW to EFDS Committee on copyright (March 1936)*
There is a good deal of loose thinking about folk-song and dance “belonging to...

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VWL790 Note from Cecil Sharp [to Ralph Vaughan Williams]

[Note by Cecil Sharp on his relations with Mary Neal]

 

Dec. 1899 First met Kimber and noted first Morris tunes.

Nov. 1903  ...

192405--
VWL3614 Note on Cecil Sharp's accompaniments of folk songs

Note on Sharp’s accompaniments.

That Sharp was a creative artist his accompaniments clearly show.  His creative impulse came from...

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