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

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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...

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VWL4153 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank
Herewith Act I & Nocturne for P.P.1
I have decided to omit all German stage directions - it crowds the...

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VWL2492 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Katharine Thomson

Dear Mrs Thomson

Thank you and your “Clarions” for remembering my birthday.
I have such pleasant recollections of Stratford.1...

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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...

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VWL2404 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Katharine Thomson

Dear Mrs Thomson

It was so good of you to tell me about the performance on Friday.1  I was very much interested in the ‘...

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VWL2487 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Katharine Thomson

Ralph Vaughan Williams thanks you most heartily for remembering his birthday and for your good wishes

and give my love to all the Clarions...

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VWL2650 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Jack Gordon

Dear Jack Gordon,

How good of you to think of me and send us that lovely present.
I have that picture of Sir John always near me....

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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...

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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...

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VWL4111 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Brian Trowell

Dear Both of you,
It is a bitter disappointment, but I fear the doctor forbids even next Saturday.  I am so glad we came to that rehearsal...

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