How Vaughan Williams found his voice through folk song

Jeremy Dibble
Monday, April 19, 2021

The chemistry between folk song and art music was a catalyst for the English composer to discover his true voice after years of searching, writes Jeremy Dibble

Vaughan Williams (British Library Board, All Rights Reserved / Bridgeman Images)
Vaughan Williams (British Library Board, All Rights Reserved / Bridgeman Images)

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