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VWL195 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Sir

I shall be delighted to see you as soon after 10.30 as possible on Saturday - to get here come to Westminster Abbey and then...

19050316
VWL196 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Mr Evans

I am sending you the rest of the parts for the 2nd nymph. Kindly send them on at once. If Miss Cordingley can manage E I...

19050324
VWL368 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gilbert Murray

Dear Professor Murray

I do not know whether you are at all interested in the work of Mr Cecil Sharp in collecting and spreading...

19110425
VWL386 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Lucy Broadwood

Dear Miss Broadwood

I bought Moffatt and Kidson’s book at your bidding1- I am afraid I am not very enthusiastic about it.  There...

19130122
VWL341 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Calvocoressi

Dear Mr Calvocoressi

I think you would be much interested in 3 demonstrations of our English popular (folk) dances which will take place in...

19130609
VWL338 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I’ve had it on my mind some time to write to you on the general policy of the E.F.D.S.1 - & this Paris business...

191307--
VWL517 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to John Burnaby

Dear Burnaby,1

Thankyou v. much for your letter
I thought the way you all invented the dances & interpreted the music...

19230610
VWL790 Note from Cecil Sharp [to Ralph Vaughan Williams]

[Note by Cecil Sharp on his relations with Mary Neal]

 

Dec. 1899 First met Kimber and noted first Morris tunes.

Nov. 1903  ...

192405--
VWL4795 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I'm going through the dances & making bassoon parts - these will have to be copied - most of the existing parts have no...

1927----
VWL746 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud

I don’t see how we could do the dances for band any how else – It wd be intolerable to have only one instrumentation...

1927----

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