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VWL2316 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Lowe (BBC)

Dear Mr. Lowe,

Many thanks for your letter.1 I think I prefer your second scheme to your first but it is a question whether “...

19470814
VWL2342 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Lowe (BBC)

Dear Mr. Lowe,

Conferming1 my telephone message if you decide to do my “Flos campi”2 I should like Lionel Tertis to...

19470820
VWL1337 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage

Dear Mr Herbage

Many thanks for your letter.
Please note that the name of the first Milford piece is “Prelude on ‘St Columba’” (not...

19341118
VWL1184 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage

Dear Mr Herbage

Many thanks for your letter and complete programme and I note that you are hoping to engage Miss Silk.1 I should...

19340128
VWL1906 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

Dear Mr Herbage1

I believe Sir H.J.W.2  wants to do my oboe concerto3 - I offered it him last year &...

19440319
VWL1341 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

PP/JH.

Dear Mr Herbage

I agree that if it is definitely settled that you put Miss Williams’ Overture1 into the programme...

19341202
VWL1344 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

Dear Mr Herbage

In confirmation of our telephone conversation this morning my programme for December 28 will be –
(1)  Comedy Overture...

19341204
VWL2105 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

Dear Mr Herbage,

I hate talking over the wireless, though once or twice I have been obliged to do so, but of course I would do anything in...

19501011
VWL3171 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

Dear Mr Herbage,

Thank you for your letter.  I am glad to think that there is a possibility of your making “Pipers Guild” a feature in “...

19490706
VWL3175 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

Dear Sir

Would it not be possible to devote some of the time on one of your Sunday mornings to the Pipers’ Guild and their work?  It seems...

19490622

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