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VWL3221 Address from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the English Folk Dance and Song Society

                          Address to the AGM of the English Folk Dance and Song Society.

We have it on the authority of the Master of the...

19551112
VWL699 Completed registration form for Ralph Vaughan Williams's cultural national service

NATIONAL SERVICE
a) Surname Vaughan Williams
b) Christian names Ralph
c) Literary pseudonym (if any) --------...

193908--
VWL151 Draft notes by Ralph Vaughan Williams relating to Cecil Sharp's English Folksongs (London 1907)

[Notes on the draft of Sharp’s English folk song: some conclusions, London 1907.
A. Section dealing with Chapters 1 & 2 - not paginated...

190705--
VWL3957 Extract from a letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R V W
[...]
I have thought about it a good deal and these are some of my conclusions.
1)  You have never lost your invention...

1903----
VWL3963 Extract from a letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R V W
[...]
As regards the parts, if you don't do the Rhapsody at College may my wife finish the copying on our return?
Now...

1903----
VWL2950 Foreword from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Society for the Promotion of New Music

Foreword1

by

DR. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, O.M.

How are we to find the diamond hidden in the dunghill?  Only by...

195403--
VWL4830 Letter (extract) from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Evelyn Sharp

(5) In Act III (this is rather a bold suggestion) could we not cut the whole of the scene between the Empress and Gallanthus & Angelica and...

193601--
VWL174 Letter from A.E. Housman to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Sir,

If my consent is necessary, I willingly give it to Miss Elwes to sing your setting of my poems, with the following proviso.1...

190910--
VWL367 Letter from A.E. Housman to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Sir

You have my permission to print with music the six poems you mention.1
I am yours faith.

A. E. Housman....

19101203
VWL4455 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
We haven't had any news of you for so long: we do want to hear from you when you feel inclined enough to write to us. ...

19000409

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