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VWL3167 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

My Dear

I went to Cambridge yesterday, a perfect day & the country especially the cornfields looking lovely - Carr1 was my...

19490805
VWL1375 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

My Dear

I may be in London the evening of the 28th & it would be nice to meet if you happened to be there. Let me...

19380919
VWL3534 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Vaughan Williams

My Dear

I can’t write love letters - but you know its there
(Here is a line for you to read between)
I slept well - though Betty...

19570724
VWL2975 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the various schools taking part in the Dorking Passions

Dear 1
 
 Thank you very much for allowing your pupils to sing in the “Passion”.
 They did splendidly and the pure sound...

19490324
VWL5178 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Secretary of the Nottingham Co-operative Society

Dear Sir
I have just returned from abroad - hence the delay in answering your letter. I hope very much to have the pleasure of coming to your...

19530511
VWL1880 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Rev. Leonard Starey

My Dear Vicar1

Thank you very much for your letter.2
I breathe a sigh of relief when these occasions are over -...

19450315
VWL3271 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Rev. Frank Rust

[Dear Mr Rust1]

Thank you so much for your letter.  I am glad to hear of your doing Sons of Light because I feared it was quite...

19580803
VWL3322 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the performers in the LHMF Passion

To all those who took part in the performance of Bach's St Matthew Passion on Wednesday, March 5th 1958.

You covered yourselves with glory...

19580316
VWL2572 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to The Musical Times

To: The Editor of the “Musical Times”1

Sir,

The Article on Hubert Parry in your issue of February 1948 appears to one who...

19480227
VWL2309 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Music Librarian (BBC)

Dear Sir

I hear from Mr Arnold Goldsborough that you have chorus copies of Purcell “Come all ye sons of art”  Would it be possible for the...

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