Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 C (Special to all typists and printers who have misread wisp as wish:)
Lippincott's dance took its name from an "ancient Irish curse" and
was inspired, according to her, by a line of Robert Graves: "But let
 aman offer the least indignity to an Irish poet . . . and he would
compose a satire on his assailant which would bring out black
blotches on his face ... or throw a madman's wisp in his face and
drive him insane" (The White Goddess [New York: Creative Age
Press, 1948], p22).
735 Two Part Invention For Sidney June 2nd, 1949 [AP XXVI for 2
recorders or keyboard instrument]
Allegretto
 D 2 Jun 1949 (SRC's birthday)
 M (a) Ink fair copy complete in 45m on 2 masters
(b) Pencil draft on 2 staves complete in 38m, plus D.C., on 2p
736 Four Declamations with Return [for cello and piano] June 18th, 1949
Largo, intensely - Allegro - Tempo I
 D 18 Jun 1949. "Written for Seymour Barab [cello] and William Masselos
[piano]" (caption).
 F Recorded on Paradox label (X-102) in 1949 by the dedicatees. First
public performance by Seymour Barab and David Tudor, 25 Mar
1960, at New School, New York.
 M (a) Ink score complete in 61m on 3p (no separate cello part)
(b) Pencil draft complete in 64m on 4p
 P Score (7p) and part published, copyright 1979, AMP
737 Sailor's Hornpipe: The Sax-Happy Quartet For Four Saxophones
Allegretto
 D 23 Jun 1949
 I 2 alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones
 P Contract with Peer dated 23 Jun 1949. Score (6p) and parts copyright
1952, Peer.
738 Pa Jigs Them All Down (Perpetual Jig) [for piano]
Jig-Time
 D 7 Sep 1949
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