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Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971), Commander of the Order of the British Empire, composer
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Alan Rawsthorne Papers

  • GB GB1179 AR
  • Collection
  • 1861-1998

MS works of Alan Rawsthorne including manuscripts of most of his published works. In addition there are manuscripts of many unpublished pieces, most from early in the composer's career. Rawsthorne composed symphonies, concerti, chamber music...

Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971), Commander of the Order of the British Empire, composer

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

The Pip

The Pip Autograph MS. The April 1917 number of a periodical now quarterly in the war effort to save paper, written by Alan and Barbara Rawsthorne. Poetry and prose, topical and imaginative.

Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971), Commander of the Order of the British Empire, composer

The Composer

An illustrated talk on composers from Palestrina to Rawsthorne. The composer's transcript of a broadcast transmitted on 4 March 1949. 1700 -1900. Rehearsal same day 1700 -1900. Studio S1 Home Service

Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971), Commander of the Order of the British Empire, composer

Letter to Margaret Bridge.

Autograph letter signed from Alan Rawsthorne to Margaret Bridge Dated 11 March 1931. Berlin W.50, Regensburgerstr. 32, bei Dingfelder. A letter of birthday greetings to his aunt. Has lesssons from Egon Petri in Busoni's widow's house, fu...

Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971), Commander of the Order of the British Empire, composer

Letter to Barbara Rawsthorne.

Autograph letter signed from Jessie Rawsthorne to Barbara Rawsthorne Dated 1 December 1940. c/o Julian Herbage, Orchard Cottage, Chew Magna, N. Somerset. Description of life after the bomb: "everything has gone: the place is burned to a cinde...

Rawsthorne, Jessie May (1908-1989), violinist

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...

Hopkins, D.M. (fl.1950s), representative of the BBC

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

Correspondence on a setting of poetry

Poem "For Alan Rawsthorne's music Carmen Vitale", with a letter from an unidentified correspondent returning a fan letter which requests Rawsthorne to set the writer's cycle of poems to music.

Anonymous - unknown creator

Typescript letter signed from Alan Frank

Typescript letter signed from Alan Frank to Alan Rawsthorne Dated 31 December 1964. Oxford University Press Music Department, 44 Conduit Street, London, W.1. A tactful letter of rejection for the Belloc setting

Frank, Alan Clifford (1910-1994), composer

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