Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 C HC via SRC's note at top left: "Possibly a proletarian march . . . never
completed."
497/4 [Proletarian song for voice(s) and piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D [1930-33?]
 T Source unknown
 M Pencil draft of a simple tune on 1 staff with homorhythmic accom-
paniment, 16m on Ip. On the opposite recto is another and similar
16m period, with a 2m cadence, that may be part of the same draft.
497/5 We can win together [for voice(s) alone]
[No tempo mark]
 D [1930-33?]
 T Source unknown
 M Pencil draft complete with words and melody in 16m (verse) and 12m,
plus repeats (chorus), on pl-2
497/6 Working men unite, we must put up a fight! [for voice(s) alone]
[No tempo mark]
 D [1930-33?]
 T Source unknown
 M Pencil draft complete with words and melody in 12m on half a page
 C For another "proletarian march" see movement 7 of no. 517, which
in its sketch has "Proletarian" by the composer's signature in the
caption.
498 Symphonic Episode [presumably for orchestra]
[No tempo mark]
 D [1923-33?]
 M Pencil sketch of 19m on Ip, 1 stave. Paper of German manufacture.
 C Most of HC's sketches are for a work immediately in mind, and either
completed or abandoned. This, however, appears to be an idea that
came to his mind and was jotted down for possible future use.
Six Casual Developments [for chamber orchestra] see no. 49 la
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