Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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468Song of Oma [for voice and piano]
 D 20 Nov 1930. Sung by Thomas Glynn on the same recital as no. 465.
 T Possibly by John 0. Varian
 C This could have been one of Oma's two songs in The Building of
Bamba (no. 219), which was revived in August 1930 with Thomas
Glynn singing the Oma role.
Exultation see no. 328a
469 March of Invincibility [for piano] 1930
Tempo di marcia
 D "1930" in HC's caption
 F Possibly 31 Mar 1931, when this piece was on HC's recital program
at the New School, New York
 M Pencil draft essentially complete in 127m on 3p. Earlier tide thoughts
crossed out: March Inevitable, March Inexorable.
470 Whirling Dervish [for piano] 1930
Recitative. With abandon, rubato
 D "1930" in HC's caption
 F As in the preceding entry
 M Pencil draft complete in 34m, plus long repeats and a D.S., on 4p.
Of the 34m, 16 are unbarred passages alia cadenza, and in 15 of them
the noteheads are without stems, the rhythmic pattern having been
established in the first. Page 1 still bears the earlier tide, Flamenco-
Moor.
 C This may be the piece on HC's solo recital of 21 Nov 1933, Roerich
Museum, New York, that added a new "Ing" to his repertoire: Whirl-
ing (no. 353/13).
471 Sound March [for piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D [ca 1930?]
 M Several pencil sketches, on 2p following no. 455, in which HC ex-
periments with various means of sounding the piano strings: "with
hand," "metal object," "dry," "damp," etc.
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