Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[433]F By HC, recital of 31 Oct 1926, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco
 M (a) Ink copy complete, in Library, University of South Carolina,
Columbia
(b) Pencil draft seemingly complete in extent though sketchy in
114m on 2p
[Fragment of trio for oboe, viola, and cello?] see no. 961
For Violin see no. 962
434Urge [for piano]
 D This tide is on HC*s program of 19 Oct 1927, San Francisco Commu-
nity Playhouse. It may have been a new work, or it is possible that
HC revived this tide after discarding it in favor of March of the Fomer
(no. 403).
435 How Come? [for piano] Nov. 1927
[No tempo mark]
 D Nov 1927. The date is in HC's hand at the bottom of the page, "For
Blanche Walton" at the top.
 F In Nov 1927 HC began his recital tour for the 1927-28 season, and
he probably gave the first performance on a program that has escaped
us. The first performance noted was by Richard Buhlig, San Fran-
cisco Community Playhouse, 15 Feb 1928.
 M Pencil draft complete in 32m on Ip
436 Dust and Flame [for voice and piano]
Allegro
 D [ca 1927]
 T By Jock Rantz; unpublished?
 M Pencil draft complete (though with sketchy accompaniment) in 64m
on 2p
437Satumalic Dance [for voice, clarinet, and piano]
 D 6 Jan 1928. HC letter of 7 Dec 1927 to Olive Cowell mentions this
piece among works to be performed at St. Mark's Cathedral, New
York, 6 Jan 1928.
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