excerpt from 'Letter from Edmund Rubbra to his wife Antoinette, undated [?early 1950s]' pp. 35 (66 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Edmund Rubbra to his wife Antoinette, undated [?early 1950s]' pp. 35 (66 words)

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Letter from Edmund Rubbra to his wife Antoinette, undated [?early 1950s]

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Who do you think I sat next to, darling? The Crown Prince of Norway! Not that that was any inspiration, for he fidgeted all through, looked round at everything, read all through the names of the members of the orchestra several times, belched, and looked thoroughly bored. But I suppose there was no reason really why he should have been interested in Delius, Walton and Elgar!

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