Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. Sir John in love

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VWL658 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Evelyn Sharp

Dear Miss Sharp

I was about to write to you when your packet came - I have not looked at it yet as I have been immersed in correcting band...

19290201
VWL3288 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

Dear George,

I think it may amuse you to have a copy of my opera1 which you can glance at from time to time when nothing more...

19560215
VWL4909 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George M. Trevelyan

Dear George,

I think it may amuse you to have a copy of my opera1 which you can glance at from time to time when nothing more...

19560215
VWL3864 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dear Grace
I am afraid I know little about librettists - I know they usually get very little - in my operas "Sir John" and "Pils Prog" I...

1952----
VWL3879 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dear Grace
I've been through Hen1 - I like your tunes v. much - I should have liked "Suo Gân" all through again richly scored a le...

1931----
VWL1121 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foss

Dear Foss

re Greensleeves

I cannot criticize Greaves’ arrangement without a copy of the music which I have not by me.  But I...

19331112
VWL1122 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foss

Dear Foss

I've just been on the telephone with Jack Gordon - He wants to keep Interlude in its place after Act II scene 1 - so the...

19340103
VWL849 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Jack Gordon

Dear Gordon

I am so sorry that I couldn’t come to Oxford on Friday.1 Thank you very much for letting me know.
What steps...

19300316
VWL850 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Jack Gordon

Dear Gordon

Will there be an important rehearsal of my opera on Thursday May 8th?
Yrs

R Vaughan Williams

I’m due to...

193004--
VWL1124 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Jack Gordon

Dear Gordon

You put your finger on the chief difficulty of my second Interlude (the scene with Fenton, Anne & chorus) the other day...

19331207

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