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VWL2859 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Howgill (BBC)

Dear Mr Howgill,1

I feel much flattered by your kind invitation, but I think I must ask you to let me off; what with my coming...

19540801
VWL3217 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roger Fiske (BBC)

Dear Mr Fiske,

I don’t mind your recording my talk at all, and I shall do exactly as you advise and ignore the machine!1
...

19551108
VWL3261 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Howgill (BBC)

Dear Mr Howgill

We are very anxious to see Arthur Benjamin’s opera on Wednesday, and as we have not got a television set I wonder if you...

19560129
VWL3487 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roger Fiske (BBC)

Dear Mr Fiske,

Thank you very much for inviting me to talk about Elgar; I am sorry not to be able to accept.  I think I have said most of...

19570504
VWL3339 Letter from Charles Parker to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Dr. Vaughan Williams,

I am very much in need of your help and advice.  You will, I hope, remember me as the producer of the Elgar...

19580221
VWL3336 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to W.D. Kennedy-Bell

Dear Mr Kennedy-Bell,

Thank you for your letter.  Would March 10th about 11am be a good time for you?  I must explain, however, as I did to...

19580223
VWL3334 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Charles Parker

Dear Mr Parker1,

I was interested in your letter.2 The part which would interest me most would be popularising the...

19580226
VWL3331 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roger Fiske (BBC)

Dear Mr Fiske,

I hardly knew Dame Ethel Smyth personally and so I could not give you any reminiscences worth recording.1
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19580302

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