Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[794]M (a) Pencil draft of the 4-part choral version on 2 staves, complete
in 22m on Ip
(b) Pencil draft of HC's solo transcription, words and melody com-
plete in 17m on 1 line, 2p
 P Octavo sheet music (9p) in American Folk Song Choral Series, ed.
Elie Siegmeister, copyright 1955, Presser
795 Granny Does Your Dog Bite? From the Collection of Sidney Robertson
Cowell, arranged for SATB a cappella
[No tempo mark]
 D ["late 1953"] Words and tune collected from Mrs. Ford (see preceding
entry); simple arrangement for a folk song choral series, as with nos.
612 and 794.
 M No manuscript known. A 4m notation by SRC, with suggestions for
some of the other stanzas (". . . cat scratch?" etc.) with answers on
Ip. On the verso an unknown hand has outlined for HC 3 examples
of carillon bell effects plus 6 "Principal Harmonics of the Carillon
Bell" (see no. 798).
 P Octavo sheet music (9p) in American Folk Song Choral Series, ed.
Elie Siegmeister, copyright 1955, Presser
Air for Strings see no. 767b
796 Psalm XXXIV [for SATB a cappella or with organ] 1953
Fervently
 D 1953
 T From Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady, A New Version of the Psalms
of David (London, 1789, edition cited by HC): "Thro* all the chang-
ing Scenes of Life."
 M (a) Ink score complete on 4 masters
(b) Pencil sketches on 3 masters
Psalm 121 see no. 276a
797 Singing Band For Concert Band 1953
Flowingly (♩ = 120) - Cantabile
 D 1953. "Written for William [D.] Revelli and the American Band-
masters Association" (caption).
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