excerpt from 'Letter from Holst to Vaughan Williams, 12 April 1919' pp. 47 (101 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Holst to Vaughan Williams, 12 April 1919' pp. 47 (101 words)

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Letter from Holst to Vaughan Williams, 12 April 1919

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Dear R . . . The enclosed [programme of a concert of British music in Constantinople] was quite a success. . . . Demobilisation was in full swing, and between it and flu and malaria I had a different orchestra every two days and sometimes almost every two hours. [...] The Wednesday before, we gave the concert, barring the choral items, at the Church Hall Summerhill. It was packed with a jolly, keen, rowdy audience who hardly breathed during the music [...] and then bellowed and stamped by way of applause. It was so good that I feared that the big concert would fall flat - which it didn't.

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