Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. Choral songs, to be sung in time of war

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VWL1415 Letter from Henry Wood to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Mr Vaughan Williams

                                        PROMENADE CONCERTS 1940

I should like very much to include...

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VWL1495 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ursula Wood

My Dear

I think of you on the I. of W. with anxiety - we spent 6 hours in the dugout the other day - a few bombs - but nothing very near. I...

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VWL1434 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult (BBC)

Dear Adrian

I wish I’d known of this 6 months ago  -  because in a way I feel I’ve already shot my bolt & the M.O.I. are a way behind...

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VWL1439 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Reginald Thatcher (BBC)

Dear Thatcher

I shd much like the B.B.C to do my tunes - but
(1) I am not yet definitely released by the Proms
(2) I...

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VWL1471 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Adrian Boult (BBC)

Dear Adrian

I am so sorry I can’t see my way to spend a night away from home in these circumstances - I know the songs will be all right in...

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VWL1478 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Leslie Woodgate

Dear Leslie1

Thank you very much for what seemed a fine performance of my 6 songs.2  It is the first time I have...

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VWL3442 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Alan,

I am sorry to have to write a complaining letter: I very seldom have to do so. Ursula brought home to day a reprint, - so I...

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