Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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4 [Untitled fragments for piano]
Cantabile
 D ca 1910
 M The verso of the preceding entry first has a melody in the right hand
 .with rolling chords in the left, for 5m, until the end of a line is reached.
Below is another melody ("sing") over quieter chords in the bass. The
total on the verso is 10m, possibly all part of one piece, possibly not.
5 Waltz [for piano]
Dreamily - Poco lento
 D ca 1910, according to HC via SRC's note laid in.
 M Pencil sketch, complete in 44m on pl-2, with another 8m skeletal.
The rest of p2 and p3 are blank, but p4 has 20m in same key and
style, suggesting a balancing but unfinished strain.
6ADirge [for piano]
Adageo
 D ca 1910-11
 M Pencil draft incomplete in 24m on 2p. One of what HC called his
"youthful compositions." Adagio misspelled as usual in this period,
sharps in the wrong order in the key signature.
7 Dirge [for piano]
Adageo non troppe
 D ca 1910-11
 M Pencil sketch, very sparse and juvenile in appearance, trailing off sud-
denly after 71/2m on pi of 4
8 [Fragments with homorhythmic passages for piano]
Vivace/Presto - Allegro agitato - Maestoso - Allegro - [chorales]
 D ca 1910-11
 M Pencil sketches present varying sections of 9, 8, 8, and 13m, the last
repeated with a 2nd ending that leads to 12m of homorhythmic,
4-part, chorale-like writing in a vocal and non-pianistic style seldom
found in HC's piano music: 3 separate episodes of 4m each.
 C These short fragments on p2-4 of a double fold, with Dirge (no. 7)
on pi, seem a bit more advanced than it in musical and notational
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