Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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were discarded: S. 0. S., Traffic, Pungence, Drapery, Intensity,
Society, Parlance, Treachery, Snap-shots, Shut up, and Well? The
last, here superseded, is still on the earlier source (b). To top it all,
HC abandoned the musical idea of his half-born Conservative Esti-
mate. All was not wasted, however, he commented in 1963 accord-
ing to SRC's note laid in, for the idea led him to a denouement he
much preferred. What did he call this reincarnation of Conservative
Estimate? Why, of course: Dash! Tiger (no. 463/2).
350 Dance Obsequious [for piano]
Moderate
 D First known from HC's recital at St. Mark's Hall, New York, 11 May
1922. A report of his playing it at Palo Alto on 12 Sep 1920 is based
on a misidentified clipping; the newspaper account of that event does
not mention Dance Obsequious.
 M Pencil draft complete in 30m, plus repeat, on Ip
351 Ensemble: Trio [for oboe, violin, and cello]
Slower
 D 1922 (CD 268)
 M Pencil fragment of the concluding 7m, on p8 following no. 406
Floating see no. 353/1
Frisking see no. 353/2
352 Gavotte [for violin and piano]
Allegretto
 D 1922 (CD 276)
 M (a) Ink copy, complete on 4p
(b) Pencil draft complete in 32m, plus repeats, on pl6-18 of the
Fugue Study Book (see no. 300, C)
The Hero Sun see no. 354/2
353 Ings [for piano]
 D 30 Dec 1922
 P The collective title Six Ings was given to 6 piano pieces composed
separately, at different times, but issued first in series (copyright
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