Stanford, Charles Villiers, 1852-1924

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VWL247 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear V.H.

Its awfully hard to know what you had better do. I don’t think the communication1 business would matter - as a matter...

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VWL236 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

Dear V.H.

Thanks so much for your letter - your left hand  is most admirable1 - but does it mean that your hand is still bad -...

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VWL280 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph,

We have often thought of you since this cold weather set in - how unfortunate it is for yr night work - I only...

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VWL5228 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear RVW

We remain here until next Saturday when we bicycle into the Tyrol for a week only and then come home to England. Do you think that...

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VWL3963 Extract from a letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R V W
[...]
As regards the parts, if you don't do the Rhapsody at College may my wife finish the copying on our return?
Now...

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VWL5227 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear RVW
I really don't know what to say about the rhapsody parts excepting that I have walked my wife off her legs day after day until she...

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VWL216 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

If I'd known you were coming back so soon I'd have sent a triumphal arch to Newcastle station in addition to all the others...

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VWL158 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

My Dear V.

Do you really think that because your work has been crowned with the disfavour of Joseph Bennet,1 that my & other...

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VWL163 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward J. Dent

Dear Dent

Please forgive my not answering your nice letter before.
I think the league1 is just what people make it - if...

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VWL329 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward J. Dent

Dear Dent

I was most interested in your  letter.
From our point of view your going wd be too awful - we can't afford to...

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