Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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259Rag Camp Song [for voice and piano]
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 215)
 T "Words?Mrs. Wil[son?]" (CD)
 C Originally entered in CD as Camp Song, with "rag" later interpolated
260The Floodtide of the Year [for voice and piano]
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 216)
 C On HC's GZo&e-Wanamaker recital program. New York, 29 Nov 1919
261 My Summer [for voice and piano]
Lento
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 217)
 T By Dr. William Brooks "of the YMCA"
 M Ink fair copy complete in 17m on p7-8 in Children's Songs (see no.
296), though SRC points out in a cover note that it is not a child's song
in the usual sense
262 Child's Song [for piano]
Andante doice
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 218)
 M Pencil draft (with ink additions) complete in 33m, plus repeat, on Ip
263 Violin Song (Love Song) [for violin and piano]
Andante maestoso - Meno mosso
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 219). "For Nick Simon" (CD).
 M Pencil score complete on 4p, with repeats and D. S. Violin part in ink,
complete on Ip with caption "Chanson d'amour (Song of Love)."
264 Viola Song [for viola and piano]
Moderate molto
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 220). "Written for Sgt. Otto?1917?in
Army" (caption). The "1917" is a slip of the pen for 1918. Sgt. Otto,
according to SRC, was the experienced army bandsman who was sent
to take charge of the band at Camp Crane (near Allentown, PA) in
the spring of 1918, after HC had been acting leader for several weeks.
 M Pencil score complete on 4p
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