Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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186 Vive Liberty: An Anthem [for voice and piano]
Larghetto
 D [ca 1915?]
 T Poem by Clarissa Dixon
 M Pencil draft complete in 10m on p4, following no. 159
187Dis[sonant] Counterpoint; Canon [for voice and piano]
 D Jan 1916 (CD 147)
 T Unknown; possibly only syllables were used.
188†Claim her with a loving kiss [for voice and piano]
 D 10 Feb 1916. On the program with no. 167.
189 †Valse Romantic [for piano]
 D 10 Feb 1916. On the program with no. 167.
190Spinning Song [for voice and piano]
 D Feb 1916 (CD 152)
191The Pools of Peace [for voice and piano]
 D Mar 1916 (CD 148)
 T A poem of this title, set to music by John Alden Carpenter sometime
before 1936, is attributed to Joan Campbell; source unknown.
192 The First Jasmines [for voice, violin, and piano]
Molto lento - Piu mosso - Tempo I
 D Mar 1916 (CD 149). "To Mrs. May Glynn."
 T Rabindranath Tagore, "Ah, these jasmines," Crescent Moon: Child-
Poems (New York: Macmillan Co., 1913), p70-71
 M Pencil draft score complete on 4p
193Philomel with Melody [for voice and piano]
 D Mar 1916 (CD 150)
 T Probably the lullaby in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream,
H/2, lines 12-19
 C SRC recalled (in conversation) that HC told her he once played Bot-
tom in an amateur production of the Shakespeare play. This and the
two following pieces may have been written for that production.
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