Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Flora Mann

Letter No.: 
[29 August 1921]

13 Cheyne Walk

Dear Miss Mann
I hope very much to have an opportunity of putting some work in your way - though nothing definite yet.
Meanwhile I much hope you will not let the E. Singers drop.How about Norman Stone for Tenor - he is a 1st rate musician & well accustomed to ensemble work - & then you cd have Notley to take Clive's place when he is away.2
Yrs vy sincerely
R Vaughan Williams

1. Flora Mann was one of the ensemble the English Singers. 
2. In October 1924 Norman Stone replaced Steuart Wilson and Norman Notley replaced Clive Carey in the group.

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This letter is with an envelope dated 30 August 1921 addressed in the hand of VW to Lilian Berger, another member of the English Singers. Date of letter from this postmark, although it may not have belonged to it originally.