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VWL5003 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harold Brooke at Novello & Co.

Copy1

Dear Mr. Brooke, 
I fear that, when you get this letter you will tell me to mind my own business. Nevertheless, I...

19500628
VWL1987 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to James McKay Martin

Dear Martin

Will you sign your name opposite where it is typed and return to me here. When the signatures are complete the letter ...

19500330
VWL1988 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arthur Hutchings

Dear Mr. Hutchins1

I will write to the British Council and suggest that one of Rubbra’s Symphonies be recorded.2...

19500330
VWL1984 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to James McKay Martin

Dear Martin

It seems to me that we can go ahead now, though it is not, to my mind, quite satisfactory, because I fear that this guest house...

19500322
VWL1985 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Roy Budden

Dear Mr. Budden,

Thank you very much for playing Müller-Hartmann's Suite yesterday. I thought it was a lovely little work and I think would...

19500322
VWL1980 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to James McKay Martin

Dear Martin

Your work is bearing good fruit and I think certainly we can go ahead and try and find out some place for him1 to go...

19500305
VWL1979 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to James McKay Martin

Dear Martin,

This is a good start. When we get a few more we will go ahead.
Professor Dent's address is:
Professor E.J. Dent...

19500222
VWL5051 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams, Adrian Boult and others to the Editor of The Times

Sir,
The knowledge that the hydrogen bomb can be developed brings into focus the warning given by his Grace the Archbishop of York that "the...

19500220
VWL4442 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,
Many thanks for the Concerto. I have not dared to look for misprints. I could do with a few more copies if that is all in order....

19500208
VWL1966 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of The Times

Sir,

Cecil Sharp House was opened in 1930 in memory of the man who restored to the English people the songs and dances of their country....

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