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VWL432 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear V

I wish we cd have met again - but I was bunged off here all in a hurry - so I'm in it now - though we don't really...

19170804
VWL433 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust

Dear Sir

I fear there is no chance of my being able to revise my symphony for a long time to come.  However, I do not think that the...

19170923
VWL435 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Alexander Kaye-Butterworth

Dear Sir Alexander

I am sending a few words which I have tried to write about George - I wish it was more worthy - if you wd...

19171202
VWL436 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Cecil Sharp

Dear Sharp

I've lately been spending some delightful hours over your American book1 - a wonderful collection - of course I've...

19171228
VWL444 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edwin Evans

Dear Evans1

Many thanks for your letter - I was much interested in your letter - it seemed most sound as far as I can judge -...

19180608
VWL5060 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edgar Stafford Arthur Herbert

Dear Mr. Herbert

I am sorry not to have answered your letter before. But it has been following me all over France. I am very glad to hear...

19190101
VWL448 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to L.J. Pollard

111840  Gnr. Pollard has permission to use organ in Lecture hall.1
R. Vaughan Williams
2/Lt


1. At this time VW...

19190203
VWL4085 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Martin Shaw

Dear Martin
Many thanks for the song.  It is good to be reminded of old friends in this way when one is out in the wilds.  I like the look of...

19190205
VWL1408 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Miss Townsend

Dear Miss Townsend1

I wonder if you would be so good as to play for me at my Toc H. concert tomorrow week (Wednesday Nov 23...

19381115
VWL4466 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Frank Howes

Dear Howes
I wonder if you had an EFDS1 ctee today. I arrived in London at 9.0 (leaving here at 7.20) to find that the Prom...

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