The following links will help you to explore the compositions and life of Ralph Vaughan Williams:
The Letters of RVW – transcripts of 5,088 items of correspondence, fully indexed, can be read online in an ongoing collection, supported by the Trust.
British Library houses an extensive collection of manuscripts, letters and articles about RVW.
Leith Hill Place in Surrey was the childhood home of RVW who gave it to the National Trust in 1944. Open to the public for part of the year.
The Lark Ascending – Daily Telegraph music critic, Ivan Hewett, delves into the enduring popularity of the work.
RVW Trust – our sister charity – founded by the composer to assist his composing colleagues – and today one of the most significant sources of funding for contemporary and recent music in the UK.
150th Anniversary Celebrations
Vaughan Williams’s Publishers
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