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VWL1585 Letter from Norman Peterkin (OUP) to Ralph Vaughan Williams

November 8th 1941

Dear Dr Vaughan Williams

I send you your originals and copies of the carols that have reached me this morning:-...

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VWL1641 Memorandum from Norman Peterkin to Sir Humphrey Milford

Sir Humphrey S. Milford1
                                                                  VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

I...

19420424
VWL1679 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

I was very much upset by all this trouble with Stainer & Bell - but we must not judge the rights and wrongs of the case...

19420809
VWL1681 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin (OUP)

Dear Peterkin

It has occured1 to me that the prelude to my “49th Parallel” music might make a good unison song. 
The metre...

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VWL1687 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

Excuse wartime paper.
I fear poor old Rowe1 has made a pretty good mess of this.
On page 8 he has copied...

19420908
VWL1694 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

It occurs to me that if my “New Commonwealth” comes out I might suggest to Dr Sargent1 performing it...

19420928
VWL1754 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Oxford University Press

[incomplete]
(3) “New Commonwealth”
- Have you made a separate agreement with Harold Child  – and if not, would you do so? I want to...

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VWL1819 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin

Dear Peterkin

                                   New Commonwealth

I am anxious as you say to make the unison version as cheap...

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VWL1727 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Maconchy

Dearest Betty

Your pieces are delightfully easy  – I can nearly play them myself.  I think I like “Bells” best – But why, O why did you let...

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VWL1899 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Norman Peterkin (OUP)

Dear Peterkin

I have discovered an awful misprint in the Carol “Come love we God” - This is the result of those quite illegible green...

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