Wood, Henry J. (Henry Joseph), 1869-1944

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VWL135 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

... oils.  What was the stuff they used before then?  In the evening we went to some friends of Gertrude Peppercorn.  There was an artist there...

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VWL142 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

I said I was going to write to you though I've got nothing to say except that I like thinking of you so much - you must re-...

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VWL335 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I can’t tell you how much your letter has delighted me - indeed I feel so excited I can do no work this morning.  I had been in...

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VWL373 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ernest Farrar

Dear Farrar,1

I am very glad to hear from you again - I will do my best to answer all your questions.
a) “Five Mystical...

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VWL4885 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Vally Lasker

Dear Vally
Thankyou very much indeed - It was one of the best performances that even H.J.W.1 has given me
Yrs
R Vaughan...

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VWL612 Letter from Henry Wood to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Dr Vaughan Williams

Many many thanks for one of the most delightful letters I have ever received from a composer during my long &...

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VWL623 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Henry Wood

Dear Sir Henry Wood

May I thank you and your orchestra most heartily for your beautiful performance of my symphony yesterday
Yrs very...

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VWL3887 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

My Dearest Grace
I'm so distressed you thought me cross - You wrote me such a lovely long letter & I read it several times & then...

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VWL3821 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dear Grace
That will be lovely - we will go together to the prom & we will have dinner together either before or after - I...

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VWL1028 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harriet Cohen

Dearest Harriet

My cold is well, but now my mother is seriously ill and it may be impossible for me to come to London on Monday....

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