Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[Exercise in contrary motion] see no. 957
345 Three Parts [for unspecified instruments) ]
[No tempo mark]
 D [1916-21?]
 M On the verso of Light and Joy (no. 182), but in a much later hand,
is this pencil draft of a 3-part counterpoint exercise that shifts meter
from measure to measure; incomplete in 20m.
346 Two Strings [for unspecified instrument (s)]
[No tempo mark]
 D [1916-21?]
 M Incomplete pencil sketch in 6m on 2 staves. The only direction is
"plucked" at the beginning, which may refer to piano strings or to
some other instrument.
347Andante [for violin (alone?)]
 D 1922 (CD 274)
348 Chiaroscuro [for piano]
[No tempo mark]
 D 1922 (CD 265)
 M Pencil draft incomplete in 26m on 3p. In Manuscripts Division,
Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries;
machine copy at LC, with Ip of pencil sketches.
349 Conservative Estimate [for piano]
Allegro - Presto
 D 1922 (CD 269)
 M (a) Pencil draft, incompletely sketched in 32m on 2p
(b) Ink draft in only 20m on 3p, encompassing the matter on only
pi of source (a)
 C HC's acute sensitivity to words, and to their unique significance in
relation to his musical ideas, is nowhere more lavishly manifested than
in the left margin and at the top of pi of source (a). Twenty-three
words or phrases are written there, including the one he finally chose
(which is in the middle of the throng). Here are half of those that
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