Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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655 Hail, Mills! [for women's chorus (SSA) and piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D [ca 1943] Composed "about 1943 to provide Mills School for Teachers
of Young Children" with a school song. (Information from SRC). The
school later became Mills College, at 66 Fifth Ave., New York.
 T By a student, L. Seltzer
 M Copyist's MS in 16m on 3 masters
656 Sym[phonic] Sketch [for orchestra]
Moderate con moto
 D [ca 1943] Begun about 1943 in response to a request from Charles
Ives for a Cowell contribution to Ives's projected "World (Universe)
Symphony." But?"not good enough" was HC's verdict, so the
sketches were abandoned. (Information from HC via SRC in note at
bottom of pi.)
 I Instrumentation not evident
 M Pencil sketches in condensed score on 6p, possibly complete for a first
movement
Hymn and Fuguing Tune [No. 1] see no. 651a
[Early American hymn arrangements] see no. 964
657 Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 2 For String Orchestra 1944
(1) Hymn. Larghetto sostenuto, pl-2
(2) Fuguing Tune. Moderate con moto, p3-7
 D 23 Mar 1944
 F Over radio station WEAF in New York, 23 Mar 1944, by Henri Nosco
and his Concert Orchestra. First performance in a hall by Daniel
Saidenberg and the Saidenberg Little Symphony, Town Hall, New
York, 8 Oct 1944.
 M (a) Ink score on 6 masters, plus 5 holograph ink parts, each 2p on
 1leaf
(b) Pencil sketch of Fuguing Tune only, incomplete in 27m on 2p;
with no. 667/2
 P Score (7p) and parts copyright 1946, AMP
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