Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Edward J. Dent

Letter No.: 
VWL410
[c.8th October 1914]

13 Cheyne Walk
Chelsea, S.W.

Dear Dent

It is most fearfully kind of you & I accept with gratitude. The wind parts are at present out being copied in. But they will dribble back slowly. Meantime I send the percussion to go on with. Wd you send back the slow movement as soon as done so that I can get it bound.1
Yrs

RVW

I am so glad that you are managing to keep music going in Camb:2


1. Dent and others were putting together the lost parts and score of VW's London Symphony. See VWL349, VWL350, VWL409 &c.
2. An indication that this was written after the outbreak of war in August.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
Dent Archive 1914.10
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Letter
Original database number: 
141008