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Letters of sympathy to Isabel Rawsthorne

Letters of sympathy for Constant Lambert (1), and Alan Rawsthorne (43). Correspondents include Osbert Sitwell (1951), John McCabe, John Ogdon, Elisabeth Lutyens, Arthur Bliss, and John Wray. With letter from Prince Bernhard (of Lippe-Biesterfeld...


Photographs, chiefly of the Rawsthorne family with Barbara and Alan as young children. Subjects include: James Rawsthorne (Alan's grandfather), Hubert and Janet Rawsthorne (Alan's parents), Barbara, Isabel, Jessie Hinchliffe, Elizabeth B...

Isabel Rawsthorne

Writings by Isabel Rawsthorne: "You four curiously ill-dressed walls...", prose [probably Isabel's hand]; "I mind the fifth, I forget the fourth...", poem - riddle?; "The world of movement", typescript talk or ca...

Rawsthorne, Isabel Agnes (1912-1992), artist

Correspondence during Isabel Rawsthorne's trip to Africa

Envelope addressed to Alan Rawsthorne at Sudbury Cottage, postmarked Grays Feb 10th 1961 [contents not identified]. "The Lambert Newsletter" from Isabel on life onboard ship through the Bay of Biscay (undated), ff.2-3; continuation of th...

Rawsthorne, Isabel Agnes (1912-1992), artist

Typescript letter to Alan Rawsthorne

Typescript circular signed from C.H. Colquhoun to Alan Rawsthorne Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood, St. James's Palace. A begging letter with a donation form from the Registrar of the O.B.E. suggesting a donation of three pounds t...

Colquhoun, C.H. (fl.c.1955), Major General, General Officer Commanding Troops in Malta

Letter to Victor Pitcher.

Autograph letter signed from Alan Rawsthorne to Victor Pitcher Dated 8 May 1954. Sudbury Cottage, Little Sampford, Saffron Walden, Essex. A reply to a letter about recordings of Rawsthorne's film music: none except "The Captive Heart&quo...

Letter to Alan Rawsthorne.

Typescript letter signed from D.M. Hopkins to Alan Rawsthorne Dated 16 January 1953. The British Broadcasting Corporation, Broadcasting House, London, W.1. Enclosed with a copy of the letter from Leslie Woodgate (Chorus Master) lost in the post da...

Woodgate, Hubert Leslie (1900-1961), choral conductor, composer, author

Autograph notes for gramophone talks on music

Autograph notes for gramophone talks on music. Notes for a gramophone recital: listening, voices and choirs, English music, the orchestra, opera, etc. with lists of records. Detailed notes on Tchaikovsky no.5 and the Eroica.

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