Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. Symphonies, no. 2, G major (London Symphony)

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VWL4679 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
I may with luck hear from you tomorrow.
Last night was beautiful. The L.S.1 was so like R - The string...

19460801
VWL4680 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
R came home at 1.am - very gay. First of all his pages behaved à merveille & the orchestra backed him up well. The Times says...

19461107
VWL429 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust

Dear Sir

I am forwarding your letter to my husband who is at Salonika.
I am sure that he will feel much gratified at the honour which...

19170409
VWL430 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust

Dear Sir

I have received my husband’s M.S. safely.
Many thanks for your post card
Yrs faithfully

A.M. Vaughan Williams...

19170522
VWL3004 Letter from Adrian Boult to Adeline Vaughan Williams

References: 03/M/ACB

I know Ralph refuses to be interested in the disposal of his MSS, but I thought the enclosed might interest you.1...

19490526
VWL744 Letter from Frederick Stock to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dr. Ralph Vaughan Williams,
The White Gates,
Dorking, England

Dear Master,

In regard to your letter of March 26, I would...

19350625
VWL395 Letter from George Butterworth to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Ralph

Among  all the debauch of last night’s congratulations and mutual pattings on the back, I really had nothing much to add, but...

19140328
VWL393 Letter from Gervase Elwes to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear Vaughan Williams,

I must just send you one line of best congratulations on the great success of your symphony last night, of which I...

19140328
VWL3958 Letter from Gustav Holst to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Dear R V W
You have really done it this time.  Not only have you reached the heights but you have taken your audience with you.  Also you...

19140329
VWL3573 Letter from John Barbirolli to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Ralph

I feel I must write and tell you what an incredibly moving experience it has been to play your Tallis Fantasia in the...

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