Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[427] New Music Society, as well as his own recitals and compositions, is
shown in his misattribution of the text to his mother in CD. His cap-
tion at upper left of the first page of his manuscript, however, cor-
recdy credits "A. E.," the Irish poet George William Russell; from
his The Earth Breath and Other Poems (New York & London: J.
Lane, 1897). There it is not on a numbered page but on the recto
opposite his dedication of this, his first published collection, to W. B.
Yeats.
 M Pencil fragment incomplete; only 6m of music sketched, plus 8m of
melody alone, with the entire text written out on 4p
 C HC's 1963 comment to SRC: "Never completed." But the tide with
HC's name appears on a program by Eva Gauthier (Celius Dougherty,
piano). Town Hall, New York, 29 Dec 1927, and is mentioned in the
New York Times review (30 Dec 1927, p22, col2).
428 Lover Slain [for voice or instrumental solo?]
[No tempo mark]
 D [ca 1926?]
 T Not written in; source unknown
 M Pencil sketch incomplete in 24m of melody only; partly crossed out.
On an extra page with no. 463/2b.
 C Possibly a transcription of a folk melody?
429 Maestoso [for piano]
Allegro non troppo [Maestoso between staves in measure 1] - Maestoso
 -Allegro
 D 1926 (CD 300)
 M Pencil draft complete on 5p
 P Sheet music (7p) published in New Music 14:1 (Oct 1940)
 C After Maestoso had been arranged for chamber orchestra and made
 apart of the suite Marked Passages, later called Sinfonietta (no. 443),
 apiano solo version was played under the tide Marked Passages (the
name given to Maestoso arranged as the 3rd movement as well as to
the suite as a whole) by Richard Buhlig at the San Francisco Com-
munity Playhouse, 15 Feb 1928, and by other pianists later. Presum-
ably the version played was simply Maestoso with the different title
rather than a rearrangement for piano of the ensemble arrangement.
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