Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950

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VWL3902 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R
I'm sorry -
a) that I didn't stop to see you at the Dyson concert the night before I sailed: but I was tired and rather bored:...

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VWL5054 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams and others to the Editor of The Times

Sir,
While imperative needs of reconstruction and development must be met with expedition and efficiency, it will be a tragic mistake if they...

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VWL2057 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Fritz Hart

Dear Fritz

I was very glad to get your last letter though I was a long time answering it. I wonder if things are mentally so very...

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VWL2445 Letter from Rutland Boughton to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph

Of course Shaw was ridiculous.  He set out to be.  Would you have had him build a vatican, and pretend to be infallible? Shaw...

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VWL2695 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Rutland,

It was a great pleasure to hear The Immortal Hour again;1  there are some lovely things in it, and you are...

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VWL5131 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of The Listener

Sir,
My attention has been called to a talk by Mr. Michael Tippett printed in THE LISTENER of July 26.  This talk contains an extraordinary...

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