Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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265String Quartett: 4 Movements in One (Suite Form)
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 221)
266Trio (3 Movements) [for violin, cello, and piano]
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 222)
 C A work by HC for this combination. La Melodique, was the finale
in a concert at Pittsburgh by the Simon Trio, 21 Mar 1922.
267 Polonaise [for piano]
Allegro
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 223)
 M Pencil draft incomplete in 50m on 3p
 C "In the style of Rachmaninoff?never finished" (HC via SRC note in
the caption)
268AVision [for voice and piano]
Andante
 D Feb 1918-May 1919 (CD 224)
 T By Louise Brown, beginning "Lo, it seemed as if thy spirit came.. ..";
HC's source unknown
 M Pencil draft complete in 25m on Ip, very worn and torn
 C Original title. Spirit Music, crossed out in the caption and replaced
by A Vision
269 [Waltz, unfitted for piano]
Lento
 D [1918-19?]
 M Pencil draft apparently complete in 32m on verso of Homing (no. 256).
Both melodies are in slow waltz time but have no apparent connection.
 C Possibly this is a draft of no. 254, which HC arranged for band.
270 We'll Build Our Bungalows [for voice(s) in unison and piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D [Aug-Oct 1918?] The song was probably written for a camp show,
obviously (from the text) after HC had been at Camp Crane for some
time but before there was news of an imminent armistice.
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