Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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172Weep for the World's Woe [for voice (and piano?)]
 D [Jan-Aug?] 1915. Named in no. 185.
 T By Shelley
173 †A Programme [for voices and instruments]
 D [Aug?] 1915. ". . . which is to have some instrumental pieces, sung
voice solos, and at least one piece designed for a cumulative summing-
up effect at the end, which will combine orchestral and vocal work.
 .. . His bold plan is to represent the chief passions, especially the
most primal, rising at the last to love universal." This report of 13
Aug 1915 by Clarissa Dixon on HC's compositional activities men-
tions 3 songs already written for A Programme (none known to have
survived):
(1) An International Hymn. Words by Clarissa Dixon.
(2) Song of Motherhood. Words by Laura Smith Wood.
(3) A Terror Song. Words by Clarissa Dixon.
174 White Death [for voice and piano]
Moderate maestoso - Piu lento
 D Sep 1915 (CD 136)
 T By Clark Ashton Smith, The Star-Treader and Other Poems (San
Francisco: A. M. Robertson, 1912), p63
 M (a) Pencil draft complete on 4p
(b) Ink copy incomplete, first 12m only, on Ip
175 The Dream Bridge [for voice and piano]
Lento
 D Sep 1915 (CD 137)
 T By Clark Ashton Smith, p73 in his 1912 collection (see preceding entry)
 M (a) Ink copy on 2 ozalid masters, complete in 21m, made many years
after source (b) and "Dedicated to Roland Hayes"
(b) Pencil draft complete in 21m on 2.
176The Fugitives [for voice and piano]
 D Sep 1915 (CD 138)
 T "Smith" (CD) undoubtedly refers to the poem of this title in Clark
Ashton Smith's 1912 collection (see no. 174), p78.
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