Tertis, Lionel, 1876-1975

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Letter No. Title Transcribed text Datesort descending
VWL4079 Letter from Lionel Tertis to Ralph Vaughan Williams

The Czecho Slovakians have been singing your praises very much to me here. What a lovely city this is.
Kindest regards
Lionel Tertis

VWL891 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Peter Montgomery

Dear Peter

I quite agree with Dent’s letter - & I am in the same difficulty as he is about not knowing altogether what your purely...

VWL1199 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear Gustav

I was so glad we went yesterday - It was all Adeline’s doing - she suddenly said “let's go” - so we telephoned for the old...

VWL1689 BBC internal memorandum from Sir Adrian Boult to Arthur Bliss

BBC Internal Circulating Memo

From: Sir Adrian Boult

To: D. M.1  (London)

Subject: Dr. Vaughan Williams –...

VWL5052 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams, Myra Hess, Albert Sammons and Lionel Tertis to the Editor of The Times

We wish to put on record our grave concern over the inevitable effects of conscription in peace-time on certain occupations and...

VWL2342 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Lowe (BBC)

Dear Mr. Lowe,

Conferming1 my telephone message if you decide to do my “Flos campi”2 I should like Lionel Tertis to...

VWL4759 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
R was satisfied with the recording of his Flos - different from Tertis but Primrose perfect in his way & all came...

VWL4575 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cedric Morgan

Dear Mr Morgan,1
Thank you very much for your kind letter. I admired your solo at the end of the slow movement very much; indeed...

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