Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. Pan's anniversary

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VWL191 Letter from F.W. Evans to William Barclay Squire

My dear Sir

I have read through the Masque & find that none of the music in it is extant here. You will therefore undoubtedly have to...

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VWL3986 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Sir1

I am much obliged to you for your letter. I found it a little difficult to gather what you intended to ask me; but I...

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VWL192 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to William Barclay Squire

Dear Sir

I am much obliged to you for your letter. I found it a little difficult to gather what you intended to ask me; but I think you...

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VWL193 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Sir

I am in receipt of your letter of this morning. I am willing to write the music for the masque and will accept a fee of £5-0-0 -...

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VWL194 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Sir

I am much obliged for your letter. Two points suggest themselves to me
(1) I think it a great mistake to have the masque out...

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VWL195 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Sir

I shall be delighted to see you as soon after 10.30 as possible on Saturday - to get here come to Westminster Abbey and then...

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VWL196 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Mr Evans

I am sending you the rest of the parts for the 2nd nymph. Kindly send them on at once. If Miss Cordingley can manage E I...

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VWL197 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to F.W. Evans

Dear Mr Evans

If Miss Cordingley can sing E I can alter the F in her part which only comes once. The whole part is not for a high soprano...

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VWL198 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

- it was nice to see yr handwriting again.  Yr letter evidently puzzled the Shakespear Club but it got...

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