Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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an encircled red "I," those for II with a blue "2," and a red-and-blue
encircled "T" indicating "together." The main purpose of the group-
ing is antiphony, with one group responding to the other sometimes
in whole periods, often measure-to-measure.
693 Congratulations! To Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanson [for 5-part string
orchestra]
Vivace
 D [Jul?] 1946. An "after the wedding" present for the Hansons, who
were married at Chautauqua, NY, in July 1946, slightly past the
halfway point in his 40-year directorship (1924-64) of the Eastman
School of Music, Rochester, NY
 M Ink score complete on 9 masters
694 Daybreak Song for Voice and Piano Aug. 1946
Andante (♩ = ca 84)
 D Aug 1946. "For Noel Sullivan" (caption). Note by HC on pi: "Orig-
inally written for bass but may be sung as indicated for higher voice."
 T William Blake's poem "Morning," Poems and Fragments from the
Note-Book. Written about 1800-1803, p421, in The Complete
Writings of William Blake, ed. Geoffrey Keynes (London: Oxford
University Press, 1966)
 F By Noel Sullivan, bass, and Stephanie Shchatovich, piano, at San
Francisco Museum of Art, 11 Sep 1947
 M (a) Ink score complete in 22m on 3 masters, 2 voice parts (1 for bass,
 1for higher voice), the words written between the staves, the
piano part below
(b) Pencil draft complete in 22m on 2p with sketches for no. 697
 P Sheet music (3p) copyright 1950, Peer
695 The Donkey For Voice (Medium High) and Piano Aug. 1946
Andante
 D "For Roland Hayes, Aug. 1946" (caption)
 T Poem by G. K. Chesterton, Wild Knight and Other Poems (4th ed.,
New York: E. P. Dutton, 1914), p285
 F At the Kutztown (PA) State Teachers' College, 21 Oct 1946, by Roland
Hayes with pianist Reginald Boardman
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