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Letter No. Title Transcribed text Datesort descending
VWL3773 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mr Stich[?]

Dear Mr Stich[?]1
Thankyou very much for your interesting letter. I have only seldom heard my Mass sung as part of the service...

1930----
VWL4762 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Isidore Schwiller

Dear Isidore
You very kindly said that you wd kindly finger that difficult number in the J.P.1
Here it is for our...

19300103
VWL3919 Letter from Gustav Holst to Adeline Vaughan Williams

Dear Adeline
I hope the festival was a complete success and that R is happy over it and not overtired.
There is something I want him to...

19310419
VWL4768 Letter from Adeline Ralph Vaughan Williams to Diana Awdry

The Secret Irises were a lovely surprise.  Many thanks from us.
Uncle R says we led him astray about yr train by not telling him...

19310419
VWL4093 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mrs Martin Shaw

Dear Mrs Martin
Thank you so much for saying you liked 'Job'1 - one likes to know when ones friends approve - that ominous silence...

193107--
VWL939 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Herbert Sumsion

Dear John,

Is there an organ in the Town Hall at Gloucester? And if so has it got some very loud and raucous reeds?
There are 4 bars...

19310809
VWL3902 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R
I'm sorry -
a) that I didn't stop to see you at the Dyson concert the night before I sailed: but I was tired and rather bored:...

19320415
VWL4094 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin
Thank you so much for "Water Folk"1 - I hope to hear it at Worcester - when are you coming down?
Good luck to the...

193208??
VWL1085 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Maconchy

My Darling Betty

Of course I’m coming on  the 13th & they have sent me a pass for two so I am bringing Grace1...

1933----
VWL4140 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Christopher le Fleming

Dear le Fleming
Thank you so much for your programme.  Good luck to the concert.
If I am in London I will come but I very seldom am now...

1933----

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