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VWL1560 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Adrian Boult (BBC)

Dear Adrian

(1) I would do much to oblige both Mr. Ogilvie & yourself – But I stick to my opinion that I am not the man for this...

19390415
VWL1514 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Adrian Boult (BBC)

Dear Adrian

I heard bits of the S S1 being floated on the air from Stockholm between shouts from Rome and howls from Paris –...

19390130
VWL1286 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the BBC

Dear Sir

I see in the newspapers a B.B.C. advertizement referring to the “Variations on a Theme by Thomas Tallis” attributed to me - I have...

19380410
VWL1106 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr. Bridgewater (BBC)

Dear Mr Bridgewater

Many thanks for your letter.1
I often come up to London & it seems a pity that a busy man should...

19361025
VWL1091 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to A. Wynn (BBC)

A.P./A.W.

Dear Mr Wynn

If you are still thinking of doing “Dona Nobis”1 on Nov 13th I should like to recommend Miss RENÉE FLYNN if...

19361010
VWL1089 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr. Bridgewater (BBC)

Dear Mr Bridgewater

When last we met you kindly suggested that I might do something for you. Now I have a proposition to make - As...

19361009
VWL982 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to A. Wynn (BBC)

Dear Sir

I should be glad to conduct  “Dona Nobis Pacem”1 on Nov 13th provided
(1)  I have a full orchestra (...

19360921
VWL977 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foster Clark (BBC)

Dear Mr. Foster Clark

I listened to the broadcast of ‘Job’1 on Friday with great pleasure.  It came through very well and had...

19360810
VWL748 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to A. Wynn (BBC)

A.P./A.W.

Dear Sir

I have today received a contract form offering me an engagement to conduct at the Promenade Concerts on September...

19350626
VWL447 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult

dictated

Dear Adrian

On the whole I prefer ‘Job’.1  For one thing I want to make a few slight revisions in the...

19350414

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