Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 M (a) Ink score of movement (1) complete on 4p; of (2) complete in
32m, plus D.C., on Ip
(b) Pencil draft headed "Hilarious Curtain-Opener" on Ip, but its
music is not related to the eventual piece by that tide
(c) In the archives of the Foundation for Contemporary Perfor-
mance Arts, Music Library, Northwestern University, are: The
Train Finale (pencil draft complete in 14m on Ip), 5p of ink
sketches for (1)-(3), and an untitled piano piece (Ip, ink, on
music paper; whether the piece is connected with the foregoing
is not clear).
(x) Copyist's score of (1) and (2) complete on 8p of mirror negative
diffusion-transfer-reversal prints
(y) Copyist's scores of (3): no. 1 complete in 36m, plus D.C., on
 1ink master; no. 2 complete in 50m, plus D.S., on 2 ink masters
 P The page containing The Train Finale is reproduced in facsimile in
John Cage's Notations (New York: Something Else Press, 1969), p[77].
Movements (1) and (2) are in New Music 19:1 (Oct 1945), p2-9 &
10, respectively.
564 Amerind Suite for Piano Solo
(1) The Power of the Snake. Moderate, p2-3
(2) The Lover Plays His Flute. Lento cantabile, p3-6
(3) Deer Dance [originally The Leap of the Deer]. Allegro, p6-10
 D HC to John Becker, 14 Mar 1939: "Have just completed a set of piano
pieces suited for teaching material and Georgia [Kober] plans to pre-
sent them."
 F "Georgia Kober writes that she played my new Amerind Suite . . .
at her recital before the teachers' convention in August" (HC to Olive
and Harry Cowell, 29 Aug 1939). Extensive searching, at LC and
in Chicago, in newspapers and music journals, has failed to disclose
when and where the premiere took place.
 M Ink fair copy complete in 1 Ip in the Stanford Memorial Library, Stan-
ford University; machine copy at LC
 P Sheet music (15p) copyright 1939, Templeton Publishing Co. (later
Shawnee Press). Teaching Notes on inside front cover explain that
each movement is presented in 5 versions varying from easy to most
difficult. Each version may be played by itself, or the 5 or any com-
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