Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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73 The Anaemic Rag (A Burlesque) [for piano]
Allegro
 D Sep 1913 (CD 47). "To Beatrice Roife" (CD).
 M Pencil draft complete in 29m, plus D.S., on pl3-15 (pagination from
no. 70)
74 Rondo [for violin and piano]
Andante maestoso - Meno mosso
 D Sep 1913 (CD 48)
 M (a) Ink fair copy complete in 52m, plus D.C. and D.S., on p2-4
following no. 81
(b) Pencil draft complete in 52m, plus D.C. and D.S., on 4p
75 Etude [No. 2, in C major for piano]
Andante con moto; il basso melodio
 D Sep 1913 (CD 49). "Dedicated to Mrs. Carrington" in CD, where
HC also added "(No. 2)."
 M Pencil draft complete in 10m on p4-l [sic] following no. 11
76 Valse [for piano]
Tempo di valse
 D Sep 1913 (CD 50). "To Hilda Hilliard" (CD).
 M Pencil draft complete in 50m, plus D.S., on 3p
77Yankee Doodle with Variations [for piano]
 D Nov 1913 (CD 54). "To Mrs. Carrington" (CD).
78Etude [for piano]
 D Dec 1913 (CD 51). "To Mrs. Powers" (CD).
 C In CD this is "Etude No. 1, The Cauldron." On programs HC cited
this only as The Cauldron. It was mentioned several times as one of
his most striking pieces. The reviewer for the Daily Palo Alto Times,
for instance (5 Oct 1916, p5, col3), writes that it "was inspired at
Point Lobos near Carmel-by-the-Sea and is a veritable picture of the
seething cauldron there." Some charts, according to SRC, designate
this maelstrom, where southbound and northbound currents clash
with each other and with land and rocks, as "The Cauldron."
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