Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[535] was one "finish" when he completed his draft of the work (usually
his first, last, and only draft) and another when he had finished scor-
ing it and copying it.
536 The Morning Cometh For Mixed Chorus a cappella Composed Sept.
1937
Largo - Andante
 D Sep 1937
 T By T. Chalmers Fumess; HC's source unknown
 F At St. Peter, MN, 8 Apr 1943, by the Gustavus Adolphus College
Choir, cond. Adolph Nelson
 M Ink score complete on 6p. Typescript text on Ip laid in.
 P Sheet music (4p) copyright 1949, Merrymount Music Press (later
Presser)
537Deep Song [for woodwinds and percussion]
 D 19 Dec 1937. Dedicated to Martha Graham, who had requested a
companion to program with no. 534 of 5 months before.
 F Danced at the Guild Theatre, New York, by Martha Graham, 19 Dec
1937, the instrumental group conducted by Louis Horst. Billed as "2
New Solo Dances with Music by Henry Cowell: Deep Song and Im-
mediate Tragedy/9
538 [Six Songs on Mother Goose Rhymes for voice(s) and piano]
(1) Curly Locks. Andantino, 21m, p[l]
(2) Polly Put the Kettle On. Slow, 16m, p[l]
(3) Three Wise Men. Moderate, llm, p[2]
(4) Dr. Foster Went to Gloucester. Allegro, 8m, p[2]
(5) Goosey. Staccato, 32m, p3
(6) Tommy Trot. Allegretto, 8m, p3
 M Pencil drafts complete on 2 staves with the words between, on 3p
 C Collective tide supplied on folder by SRC: "Six Little Mother Goose
Texts, 1937, for Solos or SATB with Piano."
539 Ritual of Wonder [dance piece for percussion and piano]
(1) March on Given Form; transition to Reel, pl-2
(2) Reel (with 3 partial repeats); March recapitulation; transition
to Blues, p2-3
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