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VWL3215 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,

This puts me in a very awkward position. Adrian is much too nice to ask me for anything, but from something he once said he...

19551102
VWL4164 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Here are answers to some of your letters:
I know Hugh Ross quite well. He was once a pupil of mine.1
I frankly do not like...

19521008
VWL2725 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,

I was surprised to find my name in large print on the copies you sent me of Tony Scott’s Tallis piece. Neither the tune, the...

19530927
VWL2424 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,1

Here are the quotations from S.A.2 I have put the sources, but I do not want them published. I am...

19520603
VWL3448 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Alan,

In answer to three letters from you:
1: I have said that I will NOT have the Serenade recorded without soloists. Adrian...

19561108
VWL1971 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank

The W.I are an almighty nuisance1 - Nevertheless perhaps I ought to be getting busy with the orchestration2...

19500108
VWL2861 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank1

                                          Tuba Concerto2

Only these 2...

19540817
VWL1160 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank

I return the master copies herewith.
I don’t think your opalographist has been very intelligent - (1) When he found he...

19370314
VWL2552 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank

Dear Frank1

                                                           Programme Notes

I have discovered a...

19521129
VWL1972 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank

Dear Frank,

I have just received the score of the Folk Songs.  I expect I got my figures wrong mixing up desks and players. What it should...

19500111

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