Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[214] (3) †Mrs. Powers
(4) †Mrs. Brown
(5) †Mrs. Morse
(6) Mrs. Bardett (see below)
(7) †Mrs. Cowell
(8) †Mr. Seward
 D Dec 1916 (CD 167)
 M No copy known, except for "Portrait of Mrs. Bardett Drawn by Henry
Cowell," holograph pencil draft complete in 24m on Ip, tempo
marked "Largo, with color"; with Carl Ruggles papers in Music
Library, Yale University; photocopy at LC
 C A possible addition to the gallery is Mrs. Barrett (no. 294) found at
the bottom of a page between pl7 and pl9 of no. 223. On a 1916
recital program, HC played a pianistic Portrait of a Lady that may
well have been one of these portraits with the tide generalized for
use outside the Cowell circle.
215 March Men of the Earth [for voice(s) and piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D [ca 1916]. The text is especially apt for the year of Verdun, and SRC
reads the notational clues as indicating 1916.
 T By J. 0. Varian. "March" here is a hortatory verb, not a generic ti-
tle. The song addresses "Ye who would be true and free. Yet strike
each other into slavery. The grasses are deep on the blood-red fields,
 .. . wide and deep."
 M Pencil draft complete as to words and 1-part vocal line, in 37m on
3p; the accompaniment lacks only an ending.
216 Psalm VII [ rede Psalm VIII for voice and piano]
Moderate
 D [ca 1916]
 T All nine verses of Psalm VIII in the Authorized Version, beginning
"0 Lord, our Lord, how excellent is Thy name in all the earth!"
 M Pencil draft complete on 8p
217 Letter [to J. 0. Varian for piano]
Dear J. 0. V. [in lieu of tempo mark]
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