Mark VII et al. in London - June, 1931

from Letter from Max Plowman to Tibbie MacKenzie, 3 June 1932, pages 436-437:

I wrote about 500 words “On Learning the Cello” for The Adelphi, which might amuse you if you ever see it, though it’s unlikely that it will appear there. In which connection my love & all manner of commiserations to Alister. Tell him I practise like the Devil. Tell him to read what I say, in the letter, & in the spirit, & he will know the truth. Tell him I’m going to stick to it, play for an hour every day, continue the weekly (might be spelt with an “a”) lessons, grow corns on four fingers & a whitlow on one thumb but I will play (if not in tune at least in spirit) the scale of C…   more >>
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Mark VII, Letter from Max Plowman to Tibbie MacKenzie, 3 June 1932. In Dorothy Plowman (ed.), Bridge to the Future: Letters of Max Plowman (London, 1944), p. 436-437. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1408109799468 accessed: 24 September, 2022

location of experience: London

Listeners

Mark VII
pacifist, Soldier, Writer
1883-1941
Dorothy Plowman
Writer
1886-
Miss Deadman
daily help
Mr Bridge
Cello teacher

Experience Information

Date/Time June, 1931
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, in private, indoors

Originally submitted by hgb3 on Fri, 15 Aug 2014 14:36:39 +0100