Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[630]M (a) "Full music score" in ink, on 1 to 6 staves on 5p
(b) Pencil sketches essentially complete on 1 to 3 staves, 8p
 C The piano supplies a bit of The Banshee (no. 405) as an introduction
to the chorus "What is that in the sky, beckoning to me with long
finger?"
631 Square Dance Tune [for piano]
Moderate - Faster - Moderate
 D 22 Sep 1942
 P Sheet music (8p) copyright 22 Sep 1942, E. B. Marks, in its Contem-
porary American Composers series
632[AP V]
 D 27 Sep 1942. For the 1st wedding anniversary of HC and SRC.
633 Ballynure Ballad [arrangement for mixed chorus and bagpipe]
[No tempo mark]
 D HC to Olive and Harry Cowell, 2 Oct 1942: "I wrote a chorus and
bagpipe arrangement of the 'Ballynure Ballad,' an Irish folk tune."
 T Text and tune vary only slightly from the version in Irish Country
Songs, ed., arr., and for the most part collected by Herbert Hughes
(London: Boosey and Hawkes, 1909), 1:32-36.
 F The earliest performance located, and the first represented by a pro-
gram in the CC at NYPL, was by The Greater New York Chorus,
cond. Edgard Varese, at a Symposium of Early and Contemporary
Music sponsored by the National Arts Club, New York, 22 May 1944.
 M Pencil draft arrangement complete musically on 4p
 C Ballynure is a town 12-15 miles north of Belfast.
634 Fanfare to the Forces of Our Latin-American Allies [for brass and per-
cussion]
Moderate con moto
 D 30 Oct 1942. HC was one of 18 composers who responded to an in-
vitation by Eugene Goossens, director of the Cincinnati Symphony
Orchestra, to compose fanfares suitable for the orchestra to play in
honor of the various forces of the anti-Axis alliance. "Written for
Eugene Goossens" (caption).
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