Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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484a Two Appositions [for string orchestra]
(1) Music Staccato - Dance Legato. ♩ = 100 to 120, p3-9
(2) Music Legato - Dance Staccato, pi 1-15
 M This string version is known only through a photocopy of a copyist's
score, paged as above, in FC at PhFL.
484b Two Appositions [for piano]
(1) Music Staccato - Dance Legato. ♩ = 120, 3p
(2) Music Legato - Dance Staccato, 2p
 M (a) Ink draft of (1) complete in 52m, plus repeats and D. C., on 2p
(b) Pencil drafts of both complete in 105m, plus repeats, on 5p
485[Music for Violin and Rhythmicon]
 D Music under this informal tide was heard at a concert of the New
Music Society at the YWCA, San Francisco, 15 May 1932, that was
reviewed in San Francisco newspapers. Rita Mead, Henry Cowell's
New Music 1925-1936 (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1981), pl91,
reproduces the main page of that program and devotes (pi 90) a
paragraph to it. The violinist was Carol Weston, the pianist HC. The
music, according to a letter from Carol Weston to SRC, was specially
written for the occasion. The demonstration by HC and Weston was
repeated, 28 May 1932, at nearby Carmel, in the Denny-Watrous
Gallery, where the instrument had been on display (according to the
Carmelite, 26 May 1932, p4).
 C The program's statement about the rhythmicon, no doubt formulated
by HC, employs a now-familiar term in an unfamiliar way; "...
The sound and rhythm are both produced by a new principle of televi-
sion, and are caused by the influence of light on a photoelectric cell."
4864Continuations for String Orchestra 1932
(1) By Repetition and Sequence. Allegro (M.M. 100), pl-12
(2) By Inversion and Retrograde. Moderate (M.M. 80), pl-10
(3) By Interpolation. Lento (M.M. 60), pl-12
(4) By Addition. Largo (M.M. 66) - Slow, pl-7
 D 1932
 F At the Brooklyn, NY, Litde Theatre, 10 Dec 1933, by the Knicker-
bocker Litde Symphony Orchestra, cond. J. Edward Powers. The
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