Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. Story of a Flemish farm. Suite

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VWL1859 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Henry Wood

Dear Wood

How good of you to write.  I have by me at present a concerto1 for oboe & strings which has never been performed...

19440115
VWL1862 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Sir Henry Wood

Dear Wood

I agree that the oboe concerto would not be suitable for the Albert Hall - would you tell me (quite at your leisure) whether you...

19440205
VWL1906 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Julian Herbage (BBC)

Dear Mr Herbage1

I believe Sir H.J.W.2  wants to do my oboe concerto3 - I offered it him last year &...

19440319
VWL2185 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Kenneth Wright (BBC)

Dear Mr Wright,

I shall be pleased to conduct one of my works at Maida Vale on October 16th.  If it is a symphony, it had better be the...

19470531
VWL2070 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,

In answer to your several letters:
As regards Miss Elsie Payne, I think she had better not touch “Pilgrim’s Progress”...

19500726
VWL2415 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank,1

Dictated 

First: welcome home. And now to answer numerous letters, both from you and Foote.2...

19520524
VWL4469 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Frank Howes

Dear Howes
I think I had better put things clear about my No. 6 and my "Sinfonia Antarctica".
There is no conscious connection between...

19520604
VWL2562 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alan Frank (OUP)

Dear Frank1

I think we will stick to “Antarctica”, even if it is bad Italian. It ought to be good and it is their fault if it is...

19521231
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