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Ralph Vaughan Williams: Correspondence

MS Mus. 1714/1/2 : 1899-1904

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  • Title:
    Ralph Vaughan Williams: Correspondence
  • Collection Area: Music Collections
  • Reference: MS Mus. 1714/1/2
  • Creation Date: 1899-1904
  • Extent and Access:
    Extent: 156 folios

  • Language: English
  • Contents and Scope:
    Contents:

    Letters and papers.

    • To George Edward Moore, [1899-1901], (3), copies.
    • From Sir William Henry Harris to Ursula Vaughan Williams, 1959, with his recollections of Ralph Vaughan Williams in 1899.
    • To René Gatty, [1899-1903], (4). Copies; originals in Birmingham Central Library.
    • From Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty, [1899-1904?], (8).
    • To Ralph (al. 'Randolph') Wedgwood. [1899-1904] (9, of which 3 published in Cobbe).
    • From Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph (al. 'Randolph') Wedgwood. [1899-1901]. (3). One letter includes a poem by René Gatty, 'Music and Love'.
    • From Maud Brackenbury, former piano student of Ralph Vaughan Williams, to Ursula Vaughan Williams, 1959.
    • From Rutland Boughton to Ursula Vaughan Williams, 1959.
    • Ink drawings of a dog: 'Logie, June 20 to 26 1901'.
    • From Cordelia Curle née Fisher to Ursula Vaughan Williams, [196?].
    • Notes made by Ursula Vaughan Williams from the diary for 1902-1904 of Mary Louisa Fisher.
    • From Percy Grainger to Ursula Vaughan Williams, 1959, with recollections of Ralph Vaughan Williams in 1902.
    • To Cecil Sharp, with comments on the manuscript of his ‘Folk songs of Somerset’, [1903?]. With a typescript copy of what is apparently a reply, though the date on this is 1913.
    • To Edwin Evans, [1903], published in Cobbe.
    • Frank Dineen, typescript chronology of Ralph Vaughan Williams's contacts with folk singers of Brentwood and Ingrave in Essex, 1994.
    • From Jean I Leiper to Ursula Vaughan Williams, 1961.
    • To Stanley Godman, 1955, copy.
    • From W G Daish of Wateringbury, Kent, to Oxford University Press, 1959, relating to folk singer Henry Burstow.

    Physical characteristics: 330 x 280mm.

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