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VWL576 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward J. Dent

Dear Dent

I’m sorry there has been any trouble - I wrote to Talich1 as you suggested & received a v. nice letter from him...

19250205
VWL990 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Trevelyan

Dear Bessy

I saw the news in the “Times” this morning.
I was always so glad I had met such a splendid man and fine musician. I shall...

19320914
VWL5044 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams and many others to the Editor of The Times

Sir,
We wish to record our solemn protest, before the conscience of civilization, against the persecution of the Jews in Germany.
Yours...

19381118
VWL3741 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Bush

Dear Mr Bush
I have written the 2 letters as directed - though I fear no good will come of it.  I also showed your letter to Colles of the "...

19390907
VWL1600 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adine O’Neill

Dear Mrs O’Neill

What happened to my letter to the Times was this.  I sent it viâ Frank Howes & then the B.B.C. promise of amendment...

19391009
VWL1379 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

Your tune is beautiful1 and Elsie2 sang it divinely - I wish I cd have seen you both...

19400127
VWL4490 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Imogen Holst

My dear Imogen
Thankyou very much for writing which has encouraged me very much - especially as all the cranks in the world seem to be...

19400321
VWL1526 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to BBC Director General

Sir

I learn from the ‘Times’ of March 8 that the British Broadcasting Corporation has banned the musical compositions of Dr Alan...

19410309
VWL1870 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Bush

Dear Mr Bush

I enclose a letter which you can send to any one you like except a Newspaper.
I don’t think, if I did write to the ‘Times...

19450110
VWL4680 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
R came home at 1.am - very gay. First of all his pages behaved à merveille & the orchestra backed him up well. The Times says...

19461107

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