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VWL1379 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

Your tune is beautiful1 and Elsie2 sang it divinely - I wish I cd have seen you both...

19400127
VWL4973 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Secretary of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning

Dear Sir
I venture to write to you to see if you can do anything in the following case
Miss Mahler (daughter of the composer Gustav...

19400624
VWL4970 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams and Maud Karpeles to the Secretary of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning

Dear Sir,
We wish to support the appeal which you are making for the release from internment of Mr. Robert Müller-Hartmann.1
...

19400803
VWL4969 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Secretary of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning

Dear Madam
In reply to your letter I enclose a testimonial for Mr Franz Reizenstein - But I think you should know that a committee of which I...

19401022
VWL1469 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Joy Finzi

Dear Joyce

How good you were to act so kindly and so quickly - Bob’s letter seemed so troubled & panicky about the precious James that...

19401103
VWL1525 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

Forgive wartime paper.
I have looked everywhere & have not got the Double Concerto1 parts - but...

19410225
VWL1504 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

[Fragment]

...noble work.

No I missed the Rubbra Symph1 - I am sorry. I expect that it was Sat: afternoon when I am...

194103--
VWL1535 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

Your distressing news about poor Robin1 is most heart breaking - certainly the only thing for him is to get right...

19410511
VWL1536 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

All the copyists I know live in or near London. Rowe has done copying for me lately - & wrote pathetically the other day...

19410516
VWL3658 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to an unidentified correspondent

Dear Sir

Your self-praise does not predispose me to go out of my way study your work.
But I am always anxious to help young musicians...

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