Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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sometime after May 1939) was lost, along with the copyist's flute parts.
So, nothing daunted, HC composed (in March 1941?) a Substitute
Bit that was published as A Tuneful Bit, placed first in this pair.
Title page of published score bears inscription: "For Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Franko Goldman."
 F At the Brooklyn Museum, 12 Mar 1944, by Otto Luening (flute) and
SRC (piano)
 M (a) Ink score of (1) complete in 35m on 2 masters, plus photocopy
(b) Ink score of (2), complete in 37m on 2 masters, plus holograph
part of (2) on 2p
 P Piano score (5p) and flute part (2p) copyright 1949 by Cundy-Bettoney
Co. (later Carl Fischer)
612 The Lost Jimmie Whalen [arrangement for SATB a cappella]
Andante con moto
 D HC to SR[C], 5 Apr 1941: ". . . making an arrangement of Jimmie.
»»
 T Text and tune collected by Sidney Robertson [Cowell] from Richard
Walker in Wisconsin, 1937
 P Sheet music (3p) in American Folk Song Choral Series, ed. Elie Sieg-
meister, copyright 1955, Presser
613 Granny OToole's Hornpipe [for piano]
Fairly fast but rubato
 D On HC's list of activities for Jan-Apr 1941
 M Pencil draft complete in 29m, plus repeat and D.C.; title crossed out
in favor of "Hornpipe for Little Concerto" (no. 620a/4), in which it
was later used
614 Homesick Lilt [for piano]
Trio I - Trio II [no tempo marks]
 D Cited in HC's Jan-Apr 1941 "Record of Activities" as Aunt Etta's
Homesick Tune
 M Pencil draft incomplete in 30m, plus repeats, on Ip; most of Trio II
is lacking.
 P Sheet music (2p) copyright 1949, Century Music Publishing Co.
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