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

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VWL660 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Evelyn Sharp

Dear Miss Sharp

Please forgive my not answering before - I have been absolutely full up with my opera at the c.m. in altering - adding -...

19290223
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
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
VWL1129 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Jack Gordon

Dear Gordon

I believe that the O.U.P want to start printing the new bits of ‘Sir John’ at once – Could you give me your decision about the...

19331226
VWL2225 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Jack Gordon

It was a great pleasure to hear from you again
I was reminded of you & your splendid productions at Oxford in 1930.1  Last...

19510504

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