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VWL109 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Moore

Dear Moore,

Do tell me if there is the slightest chance of your being able to come to this & I shall have great pleasure in sending you...

1901----
VWL111 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

My Dear V.

I am ashamed of not having written to you before.  I will first thank you for the ‘Ave Maria’ which I still think beautiful as I...

1901----
VWL113 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

You did tell me about the ‘Ave Maria’: didn’t I refer to it?  I meant to.  I’ve finished my ‘Bucolic Suite’1  and written a song and...

1901----
VWL105 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph,

As Adeline is at her home for today (Sunday) I have taken the liberty of opening your letter.  Your plans seem to betray the...

1901----
VWL108 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Moore

Dear Moore,

The place is the George Hotel, Birdlip, Gloucestershire
...

1901----
VWL127 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear Mr  Von Holst

Your Scotch present arrived on the same day as we returned to London - we had it for our first tea. I am so glad you did...

19010108
VWL178 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

I am sending you these small press notices of Ralph's Heroic Elegy wh was played at a college concert last...

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VWL130 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

My Dear V.

I can’t tell you what pleasure it gives me that you should consider us old friends enough to confide in - also it enables me to...

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VWL107 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

I wanted news of you very much - & this news about your promotion is delightful.  But however many miles of line &...

19011227
VWL133 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Telegraphic address:
Williams ‘Gaolways’ London1

My dear Randolph

You are really magnificent! We were glad to get...

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