Shaw, Martin, 1875-1958

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VWL4198 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Martin dear, Joan tells me you have now decided to have gout in the most transcendental form - is it from an over indulgence in ambrosia &...

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VWL4253 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin,
I like God's Grandeur very much.1  The only place I am doubtful about are the "wrong notes" (E flat against E...

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VWL4254 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin
I can't bear being dissappointed in entertaining those 2 lovely ladies - it was really my thought - but I did not want to do it...

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VWL4197 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Joan Shaw

Dearest Joan
It sounds all difficult for you.  I wonder if you couldn't catch a student who could help with, anyway, chores, shopping, etc...

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VWL4251 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin
Any idea where launch is to be?
Love to Joan
Ralph

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VWL4600 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin
Honour where honour is due
Love to Joan
Ralph

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VWL3334 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Charles Parker

Dear Mr Parker1,

I was interested in your letter.2 The part which would interest me most would be popularising the...

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VWL4250 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Joan and Martin Shaw

Dearest Joan & Martin
Ralph says I must explain all our cunning to you.  For years he has been paying vast supertax for the Chancellor to...

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VWL3374 Letter from Martin Shaw to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Ralph,

Thanks indeed.  The honour would be very acceptible & I am very grateful to you for the part you have taken - no small...

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VWL4200 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin and Joan Shaw

Confidential.
Dear Martin, Dear Joan,
I understand from Ernest Bullock that he hopes to offer you an FRCM - apparently these things move...

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