Discusses McKenzie becoming his agent and his plans for his upcoming trip to the USA. Mentions several reviews and articles by various people, including Edwin Evans (see HOL/1/5/1/5). Also lists his lecture subjects for the USA, including 'England and her music', 'The Teaching of Art' and 'Joseph Haydn'. Also mentions his inability to take on too many engagements due to poor health. Addressed from St Paul's Girls' School, London.
Letter from Gustav Holst to Duncan McKenzie
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