Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Robert Müller-Hartmann

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27th December, 1947

The White Gates,

Dear Müller-Hartmann,

Thank you very much. I can say no more but you know how I value your good opinion.1

R. Vaughan Williams

R. Müller Hartmann, Esq.

1. Written in response to a letter from Müller-Hartmann written on December 16th (British Library MS Mus. 1714/1/17, f. 136), which explained that he left the rehearsal of the sixth symphony without speaking to VW because of his emotional reaction: "I never anticipated the overwhelming impression the real thing would make on me". See White, Dear Müller-Hartmann, p.130 footnote, also R.V.W.:a biography p.279, and Kennedy, Works of Vaughan Williams, pp.300-301.

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MS Mus. 1714/1/17, f. 137
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White, Dear Müller-Hartmann, 36
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