Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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  ["2 tiny pieces for children"] see no. 963
529ABit of a Suite for Violin and Viola Jan. 1937
(1) Jig. Go to it!, pl-2 on a 6-leaved accordion fold
(2) Caoine (Lament for the Dead). Sorrowfully - Impetuously, p2-3
(3) Hornpipe. Running rapidly, p3-4
(4) Air - Traditional Style. Temperamental rhythm with plenty of
blarney, p4-5
(5) Reel. Lickety-spliti, p5-6
 D Jan 1937. "Specially written for Arthur Cohn" (caption). A letter from
HC to Olive Cowell, 22 Feb 1937, tells that the music has been re-
ceived (by Cohn) in Philadelphia, and reports that 'The Stringart
Quartet is performing the little suite in Philadelphia."
 F By Arthur Cohn (violin) and Gabriel Braverman (viola) at the
Philadelphia School of Music and Art, [Feb or Mar] 1937
 M Positive prints from ink fair copy, paged as above. (Ink fair copy in
possession of Cohn disappeared with other baggage in transit.)
 C The designations of the last four movements here anticipate those of
the Celtic Set (no. 543). Percy Grainger's influence upon HCs tempo
markings?until now the one consistently and staidly conservative
aspect of HC's music?may be in evidence here.
530 Back Country Set (Reel, Jig, and Hornpipe) [for piano]
(1) Reel (fast). Allegro non troppo, pi
(2) Jig (faster). Allegro, p2
(3) Hornpipe (fastest). Vivo, p3
 D [Jan-Mar?] 1937. On HC's 26 Mar 1937 list of "works done here."
 M Copyist's ink MS complete on 3p, as above
 C On his list C2, HC reports that these were "used as teaching pieces
at the Metropolitan School of Music, NYC."
How They Take It: Prison Moods [arranged for theater orchestra]
see no. 523a
531In the Style of a Popular Song [for theater orchestra]
 D [Jan-Mar?] 1937. On HC's 26 Mar 1937 list of "works done here."
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