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VWL4958 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William McKie

Dear McKie
Thankyou very much for your letter & telegram. May I know the following
(1) Is my tune going to be broadcast (according...

19470706
VWL4959 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William McKie

Dear McKie
Thankyou all very much yourself, soloists & choir.
It came out very well over the wireless - quite as well as in the...

19470713
VWL3621 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edmund Rubbra

E Rubbra, Esq.,
Valley Cottage,
High Wood Bottom,
Lacey Green,
Aylesbury, Bucks.

Dear Rubbra,

Are you going to...

19470807
VWL2316 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Lowe (BBC)

Dear Mr. Lowe,

Many thanks for your letter.1 I think I prefer your second scheme to your first but it is a question whether “...

19470814
VWL5146 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Janet Fraser

Dear Janet

I listened into you on Sunday; unfortunately, my set had a bad rattle, but the voice sounded as lovely as ever.1...

19470902
VWL2323 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Kenneth Wright

Dear Mr. Wright,

I fear that I did not make myself clear in my letter: I did not ask to have my quartet1 performed. I have never...

19471001
VWL2324 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult

Dear Adrian

Very confidential

I hear a rumour that my pianoforte music is going to be talked about on Sunday week....

19471004
VWL2399 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mary Fletcher

Dear Mary1

I am so glad that you could be there.2  Reproduction can never really take the place of the real thing....

19471017
VWL2505 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to BBC Copyright Dept

Dear Sir

If you have anybody capable of arranging my “Pilgrim's Progress” music for string quartet and two trumpets satisfactorily you are...

19471218
VWL2904 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Robert Müller-Hartmann

Dear Müller-Hartmann
I listened on Wednesday - I thought your piece sounded delightful - I envied the skill! - As far as I could judge it was...

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