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VWL3390 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Mr & Mrs Michael Kennedy1

Sir Malcolm Sargent is running through my new symphony at St Pancras Town Hall on 21 March.  The...

19580202
VWL3398 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Dearest Michael & Eslyn

I hoped to send the invitation for the 21st with this1 – but the printer has not yet delivered them...

19580127
VWL4960 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Bernard Naylor

Dear Bernard
the note was originaly1 F, but I always felt it was wrong, & I have taken 20 yrs trying to find the right note,...

19580125
VWL3402 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Douglas

Dear Roy,
 I think it is time you had something “on account” so here goes.
 Will you tell me on acard wheteher, to be complete, we shall...

19580122
VWL3416 Letter from the administrator of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to Ralph Vaughan Williams

NKM/JM

Dr. Ralph Vaughan Williams,
10, Hanover Terrace,
N.W.1.

Dear Dr. Vaughan Williams,

Sir Malcolm Sargent has...

19580120
VWL3418 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Lovely letter, but how sad about the Hymn of Jesus; it may learn the choir not to be so cocky!1
All splendid here.  We all went to...

19580116
VWL3419 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rutland Boughton

Dear Rutland

I was so pleased to get your wonderful letter.  I am ashamed to say I don’t know my Dante - or my Virgil well enough to be...

19580115
VWL3420 Letter from Rutland Boughton to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Ralph:

It is curious how often your music throws me back to Dante: the finale of No.6 sounds to me like an agnostic’s Paradiso, and...

19580109
VWL3421 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael and Eslyn Kennedy

Dear Michael & Eslyn

Thank you both for your beautiful letter of friendship.  I will not say more now except to tell you that Malcolm...

19580103
VWL3503 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Joy Finzi

Dearest Joy

You gave us both such a wonderful time & it was so lovely seeing you all.
Also I got on famously  with yr boys
...

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