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VWL671 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson (BBC)

Dear Sir

If Miss d’Aranyi1 accepts your invitation to play my concerto2 I shall be happy to conduct it on September...

19290604
VWL681 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson at the BBC

Dear Sir

In reply to your letter of the 25th July (PM/WWT)
I have no idea how long the songs take – probably Mr Widdop...

19290730
VWL838 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Stanford Robinson

Dear Mr Stanford Robinson1

I believe that my “Flos Campi”2  is being done at a B.B.C concert shortly.  Would it be...

19300119
VWL900 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Tillett

Dear Sir

I am obliged for your courteous letter.
I return the contract with my signature - I shall be glad to know as soon as possible...

19300120
VWL897 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Mace (BBC)

Dear Mr Mace1

Many thanks for your courteous letter – But I have no memory of asking for leave for anyone to attend Mr Scherchen...

19310105
VWL902 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Tillett

Dear Sir

I am obliged for your letter.
I enclose
(1)  Programme notes of my “Job”
(2)  List of the orchestration
I will...

19310126
VWL907 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult at the BBC

Dear Adrian

I owe you 2 answers
(1) To your letter of March 10th
I have ½ finished a pfte concerto1 which...

19310322
VWL909 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult

Dear Adrian

Many thanks for your letter - Probably the inchoate (piano1) concerto2 had better stand over and ...

19310405
VWL1163 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson (BBC)

Dear Sir1

I should be glad to know whether the proposed studio performance of my “Job” is likely to take place & if so how...

193108--
VWL938 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson (BBC)

Dear Sir

If I had known you were requiring the piano copy of my “Job”1  so soon I would not have asked for it back.  I am afraid...

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