Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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463/lc Lilt of the Reel [arranged for piano and large orchestra]
 D Arranged in Nov 1940 as movement 4 of no. 605
464 Synchrony of Dance, Music, Light [retided Orchesterstiick: Synchrony
for orchestra]
Allegretto - Allegro molto - Molto lento - Moderate - Larghetto
 D HC to Charles Ives, 22 Sep 1930: "I have completed my 'Synchrony
for full orchestra . . . will begin to copy parts."
 I 3333 4331 timp, perc (tam-tam, cym, 2 gongs, castanets, wood-
blocks, bell, pf str [5 lowest, sounded with padded stick]) str
 F Salle Gaveau, Paris, 6 Jun 1931, on the first of the notable programs
conducted by Nicolas Slonimsky with the Orchestre Straram, assem-
bled under the aegis of the Pan American Association of Composers
(with subsidy from Ives). The first U.S. performance was by Leopold
Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra, Academy of Music, Phila-
dephia, 1 Apr 1932.
 M (a) Negative photostats of ink full score complete on 31 folio pages
(b) Ink piano reduction from full score, incomplete on 15p
(c) Pencil sketches in condensed score, 12p
 P Full score tided Orchesterstiick: Synchrony (34p) copyright 1931 by
Edition Adier, Berlin; since 1963, when the score was reissued, the
rights in the Western Hemisphere have been owned by Peters.
Materials on rental from Peters.
 C The original plan for a stage "synchrony" combining dance, music,
and lighting effects never reached fruition; nor was the work ever
danced by Martha Graham, for whom it was intended.
465Gods of the Rolling Wave [for voice and piano]
 D Sung by baritone Thomas Glynn, with HC accompanying, at an all-
Cowell concert. Peninsula School of Education, Menio Park, CA, 20
Nov 1930
466Moonlight [for voice and piano]
 D 20 Nov 1930. Sung by Thomas Glynn on the same recital as no. 465.
467Philanderer's Song [for voice and piano]
 D 20 Nov 1930. Sung by Thomas Glynn on the same recital as no. 465.
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