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VWL4597 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Beloved Boo
I could have cried last night - it was all so beautiful & yet so empty without you & Ad.1 Ralph has...

19220712
VWL1887 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo

Dork[ing] behaved very sedately yesterday - The church bells pealed at intervals - now & then a megaphone brayed outside the...

19450509
VWL4668 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
Its good to hear of Hemmings. Send all your guests there especially Pumpel!
R had a good day in London - a sandwich lunch on...

19451106
VWL2200 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

[Extract]

Belov Boo

... R has gone to the Dork Halls to see to the desk & the music before his full rehearsals.1 He...

19510301
VWL4670 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
Another exquis day & I am convinced the open windows & sunshine is doing more for me than anything.
Wicked of you to...

19400327
VWL315 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo

(1) The Symph is emerging - & I now couldn't bear you not to hear it - last week I thought I cdnt...

19350408
VWL1179 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo.

Morris’s Symph came through perfectly - It sounded very distinguished to me - The 1st movement just slightly like R’s...

19340103
VWL865 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Beloved Boo

You may chance to hear R’s setting of these lines tonight - I don’t know where they are to be fitted in.  Walford Davies asked...

19360126
VWL4602 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo,

What perfect presents you have given us. We opened them all yesterday - except that the bulb has been a daily joy - shooting...

19321226
VWL4671 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo

My scrawl came back to me [...]

Another bright day & all is well. Ralph going to a concert at Epsom - a matter of duty...

1945----

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