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VWL2475 “The Stanford Centenary” BBC talk by Vaughan Williams

AS BROADCAST:                                                                       Producer: Kay Fuller,
Recorded: 13.8.52. in Mixer 2...

19520930
VWL1412 Talk by Ralph Vaughan Williams on folk song music for the BBC

Talk on folk-song music for BBC
BBC Military Band
Programme: 27th March,
1940, 9.35 p.m.

FOLK-SONG MUSIC – 2

Script...

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VWL678 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson of the BBC

Dear Mr Thompson

I am asking Dr Hull of Hereford1 to send you a copy of the notes I have written for them
Please note title...

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VWL1312 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson at the BBC

Dear Sir

I see in the current Radio Times that my “Fantasia on a theme of Tallis” is described as “Fantasy” - I hope that in the programme...

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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...

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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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VWL1078 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson (BBC)

Dear Sir

I note that my Pianoforte Concerto1 is being played at the Promenade Concert on August 22.  If you propose to include...

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VWL1086 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.W. Thompson (BBC)

Dear Mr Thompson

Many thanks for programme note which I return herewith.  I am sorry you thought it necessary to call me 10 minutes early...

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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...

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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...

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