Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[524]D HC to Olive Cowell, 29 Nov 1936: "Have completed my song for Mrs.
Luening." "For Ethel and Otto Luening," HC's good friends who were
then teaching at Bennington College. Mrs. Luening was a soprano,
Mr. Luening a flutist and head of the music department.
 F At Town Hall, New York, 22 Mar 1937, the Luenings being joined
(on the 1-line piano part) by Willard Rhodes, then teaching at Co-
lumbia University and later a renowned ethnomusicologist
 M (a) Ink fair copy on 9 masters
(b) Original ink copy by HC complete on 9p
(c) Pencil draft complete on 9p
 P Score (lip) copyright 1964, Peters
525 Calcium Light Night for Six Winds, Two Drums, and Two Pianos By
Charles Ives. Arranged and Edited by Henry Cowell in Collaboration
with the Composer. 1936
Slow March Time
 D 1936. Date from HC on authority card in FC at PhFL.
 M Positive photocopy of HC's full score (16p) deposited for E Unpub
copyright, 8 Apr 1964, by Merion Music (later Presser)
 P Materials on rental from Presser
526Chrysanthemums [for soprano, 2 saxophones, piano, and 4 strings]
 D 1936. Written for use by the Monterey County Federal Music Pro-
ject, directed by HC's friend Miss Dene Denny. Data from HC's C2
and 1955 lists of his works.
 T Possibly one of Dora Hagemeyer's two poems so tided
527 Jig in Four [for orchestra] 1936
M.M. 126
 D 1936
 I 2222 4221 perc str
 M Pencil full score complete on 8p; negative photostats in FC at PhFL
(no. RS474)
528Oriental Dance [for concert band]
 D No. 1 for 1936 on HC's 1940 list
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