Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 C Late in his life HC could not recall this quartet movement, so it was
put in with a similar draft (no. 162) that dates from 1915. That MS
has the large, round noteheads characteristic of that period, but the
notation here is more like that of the early twenties. As an exercise
in 1st movement development it suggests the period of or after study
with R. Huntington Woodman at the Institute of Applied Music. CD
number 261 is not to be seen on it, but the circumstances fit that
number.
333Religiose [for violin and piano]
 D May-Dec 1921 (CD 262)
334[Tuscan Peasant Songs for voice and piano]
(1) Old Hymn for Christmas
(2) Song of the Firefly
(3) Goddess of the Dawn to the Peasant
(4) Christmas Hymn of Fiumalbo
 D 6 Dec 1921
 T Nos. 1 and 4 from Tuscan Songs, collected by Francesca Alexander
(Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1897), plates V and LXXXII, where they
appear with the folk tunes. Nos. 2 and 3 from Charles G. Leiand,
Etruscan Roman Remains in Popular Tradition (New York: C. Scrib-
ner's Sons, 1892), p75-78 and 367.
 F "Sung for the First Time in America at the St. Nicholastide Festival,
[6 Dec] 1921, St. Mark's-in-the-Bouwerie [New York], by Laura Her-
ring [contralto, with HC, pianist]. Folk Music Harmonized [for 1 and
4] and New Music Composed [for 2 and 3] by Henry Cowell."
335 Xmas 1921 [for piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D [ca 25 Dec] 1921
 M Ink fair copy, signed, of 5m on a card cut from heavy music paper.
Original holograph among Dane Rudhyar papers in Manuscripts Divi-
sion, Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries;
machine copy at LC.
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