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VWL2995 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,1

I am all in favour of Roy Douglas’s proposed arrangement of Greensleeves.
As regards performing fees of the...

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VWL3065 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,1

By all means have Denis Wright: but I want to know exactly what he means to do. Does he mean to transpose it all up...

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VWL4167 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,
I am sorry Tucker does not like P.P.1I still believe in it as a stage work, and I do not want it to become a tail-coat...

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VWL3072 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,

I fear that the Santa Barbara University would be on much too small a scale for P.P.1
Yrs

RVW

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VWL3073 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

2nd letter.

Dear Frank,

You may possibly know that I am President of the Society for the Promotion of New Music. I understand that...

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VWL3074 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,

I enclose a letter from John Cannell; I have told him that I have no objection to his makeing1 the necessary...

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VWL3087 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,

If I like Menelaus when I hear it I shall be pleased of course for you to look at it and see if you like it too. But it is...

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VWL3088 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.O. May (OUP)

Dear May1

I agree to paying 4 dollars to register “Song for a Spring Festival” in U.S.A. to be charged to my royalties a/c....

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VWL3493 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Christopher Morris (OUP)

Dear Mr. Morris

Herewith the organ pieces1 with a few alterations - wd it be possible, when you are naturally at your...

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VWL3101 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.O. May (OUP)

Dear Mr May,

We must try and do something about Mrs Child.1  I am not quite sure whether the £300 was for words and music, or...

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