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VWL2112 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult (BBC)

Dear Adrian

(1) I want to thank you and your orchestra and the Philharmonic choir for a fine performance of my 5 T. P’s1 - It...

19501018
VWL2211 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alec Robertson (BBC)

Dear Mr Robertson,1

I fear I cannot break my rule of not talking about my music.  But why should not Michael Mullinar do the...

19510329
VWL2297 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rev. W. D. Kennedy Bell (BBC)

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your letter, Ref. 04/R/WDKB, which is a very flattering invitation, but I feel a talk, such as you suggest is not...

19511114
VWL2414 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to R.C. Walton (BBC)

Dear Mr. Walton,

I fear I cannot accept your kind invitation to give a lecture at the B.B.C.,1 though I should dearly love to...

19520522
VWL2451 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Johnston (BBC)

Dear Mr Johnston1

I will do my best to write 1500 words about Stanford.2  Please let me know the latest date...

19520719
VWL2475 “The Stanford Centenary” BBC talk by Vaughan Williams

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

19520930
VWL2800 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Miss Molony (BBC)

Dear Miss Molony,

I am sorry to have delayed answering your letter.  I never met Thomas Hardy to speak to so I am afraid I cannot help you...

19540317
VWL2811 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Lowe (BBC)

Dear Mr Lowe,

I am very sorry but I have a rehearsal for our Dorking Festival on April 25th which will prevent my accepting your kind...

19540328
VWL2812 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Lowe (BBC)

Dear Mr Lowe,

I shall be delighted to see Miss Buck and Mr Element if they would like to come and run through the songs with me one day,...

19540331
VWL2840 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roger Fiske

Dear Mr Fiske,1

I am very sorry to be obliged to refuse your kind invitation, but I have made a rule never to talk in public...

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