Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 P Sheet music (2p) copyright 1925, Breitkopf Publications (later AMP);
 Rin The Piano Music of Henry Cowell, vol. 2 (AMP, 1982), p57-58
 C The origin of the piece and of its title is told by HC on Folkways
FM-3349.
104/7Modem Stucke [for piano]
 D May 1914 (CD 73)
104/8 That Sir which serves and seeks for gain [for voice and piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D May 1914 (CD 74)
 T King Lear, 11/4, lines 79-86
 M Pencil draft complete in 10m on ¥2?
104/9 And will he not come again? [for voice and piano]
Lento, molto
 D May 1914 (CD 75)
 T Hamlet, IV/5, lines 190-99
 M Pencil draft complete in 12m on Ip
104/10If she be made of red and white [for voice and piano]
 D May 1914 (CD 76)
 T Love's Labour's Lost, 1/2, lines 104-11
104/11You that choose not by the view [for voice and piano]
 D May 1914 (CD 77)
 T The Merchant of Venice, III/2, lines 131-38
104/12 Etude Classic [for piano]
Allegro
 D May 1914 (CD [78])
 M Pencil draft complete in 12m on p6 following no. 104/13
 C This piece bears the same caption and CD number as the piece that
precedes it on p4-5 of the MS cluster, no. 104/13. Probably HC
changed his mind in mid-etude, for musically the two are quite dif-
ferent and the title Etude Classic appears in HC's hand between the
staves of the opening measure.
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