Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[397]ashort Vivace that was rejected (according to SRC's note) when
Breitkopf and Haertel published the Suite.
 P Score (17p, as above) and part (6p) copyright 1926, Breitkopf Publica-
tions (later AMP)
Swaying see no. 353/9
398 Trugbild ["Phantasmagoria"?WL] [for violin and piano]
Adagio
 D 1924 (CD 285)
 M Pencil draft complete on 4p
399 The Trumpet of Angus Og (The Spirit of Youth) [for piano] 1918
Allegretto con spirito
 D 1924 (CD 281)
 M (a) Ink draft or copy complete in 73m on 6p, dated 1918 over HC's
caption signature
(b) Pencil draft complete in 74m on 21/2p, on 3 staves. This appears
to be the earlier draft, from which the nicer ink copy was made;
yet HC's earlier date is on that copy, seemingly implying that
this draft is the version entered in CD under 1924. Perhaps HC
made the ink copy at a later date, putting 1918 on it as a mere
guess at the date of the original composition.
400 Where She Lies [for voice and piano]
Slowly but not gloomily
 D 1924 (CD 286). The published music bears a dedication to Ursula
Greville, wife of the publisher Kenneth Curwen (see P below) and
editor of the music journal The Sackbut, which Curwen published.
 T Edna St. Vincent Millay's poem "Epitaph," in Second April (New
York: MitcheU Kennedy, 1921), p89
 F Sung by Eva Gauthier, with pianist Celius Dougherty, Town Hall,
New York, 29 Dec 1927
 M Pencil and ink sketches incomplete in 16m on Ip, with only part of
the text
 P Sheet music (3p) copyright 1925, J. Curwen & Sons
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