Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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194Clown's Song [for violin and piano]
 D Mar 1916 (CD 151)
 C See no. 193.
195Bergomask Dance [for hom and trombone]
 D Mar 1916 (CD 153)
 C See no. 193.
196Oh, to be a fairy [for voice and piano]
 D Apr 1916 (CD 154)
197 String Quartet [No. 1 ("Quartett Pedantic")] April 1916
(1) Andante sostenuto (♩ =76), p3-6
(2) Allegro non troppo (♩ = 112), p7-9
(3) Andante (♩=84), plO-11
 D Apr 1916 (CD 155). Largely completed by April 1916 (date on the
pencil score). The movements at first numbered only two, the Allegro
being part of the 1st movement.
 F At Aeolian Hall, New York, by the Ralph Henlde String Quartet, 2
Feb 1926. Programmed as -Quartett for String Quartett (Moderate
 -Allegro - Andante). First performance anywhere.
 M (a) Pencil draft score dated April 1916 almost complete in lOp,
p9-10 being torn and lacking 5m in the top 3 parts Negative
photostats with p9-10 completed by a copyist and 2p of notes
added by SRC.
(b) Holograph ink parts complete in a total of 16p
(c) Holograph ink score on 6 masters; movements 1 and 2 only
 p Miniature score (lip) and parts copyright 1965. AMP. Accordmgto
 anote by SRC on verso of a page, -This 2nd mvt was printed_m Ac
Hungarian periodical U»6ld about 1926 with caption. Is this Ac
music of the future?- The point no doubt was ironical, because the
movement is based entirely on canonic imitation-a thing of the past,
not the future.
 C A note on p2 of the published score (paginated as above) explains that
HC called the quartet "Pedantic- because -in 1916 dissonance and
even counterpoint in contemporary composition were regarded with
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