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VWL3659 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Dear Boo

I am very sorry I shall not see you on the 16th – but I quite understand.
I propose that Beasley shall call for...

19530107
VWL3660 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Dear Cordelia

That is splendid news about the infant. It was good of Bernard to wire us.
We are having a very hymnious1 ...

19540924
VWL3661 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

This is a lovely place – ran by accident into an excellent performance of “Riders”. Tomorrow Grand Canyon

Thank you so much for tracking a...

19541026
VWL3662 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

My dear Boo

This is bad luck – I do hope you are fairly comfortable in your nursing home.
We are coming to see you soon. Meanwhile I...

19550112
VWL3664 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

My dear Cordelia

It would be lovely to see you on Sunday. I shall be more or less normal by then – all the tubes & stitches were taken...

19570822
VWL3665 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Dear Boo

It was lovely seeing you at the concert – but why only in the distance? Why didn’t you come and speak to me like most of my other...

19571015
VWL1105 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cuthbert Bates

Dear Mr Bates1

This is to introduce to you my friend Gerald Finzi the composer.  He wants to come into the concert tonight...

19331022
VWL3357 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund and Antoinette Rubbra

Dear Edmund, and Antoinette,

Thank you so much for your letter, and you know how I value your appreciation.We were desolated not to be...

19560722
VWL2794 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund

Thankyou very much for letting me know – I think we are both free & wd love to come. When is the rehearsal?...

19560225
VWL3443 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

Dear Edmund,

I am so glad that you will accept the tuning fork.1 Now I want you to do another thing for me.  Arthur Bliss and...

19561025

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