Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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361 Scherzo [for piano]
Allegro - Trio: Poco meno mosso
 D Jul 1922. On HC's 1922 program for "the second summer concert of
the Community Arts Orchestra in the Recreation Center Auditorium"
at Santa Barbara, CA. HC had played at the same "second concert"
on July 22 of the previous summer. "For Miss [Georgia] Kober"
(caption).
 M Ink copy complete in 88m, plus repeats and D.C., on 3p
362 Seven and One Fourth Pounds [for piano]
Vivo
 D Sep 1922 (CD 270). HC's note on source (b): "Written at the birth
of Jean Seward Uppman. ..." Later caption dating: "[Sep 1922]."
 M (a) Machine copy of ink presentation copy, complete in 27m on 2p
(b) Pencil draft complete in 26m on 2p
Some Music see no. 221a
363 The Song of the Silence [for voice and piano]
Adagio
 D 1922 (CD 271). "Dedicated to Laura Lewis" (caption).
 T By Harry Cowell
 M Pencil draft complete in 54m on 2p
Vestiges see no. 305a
364 The Dream of My Life [for voice alone]
[No tempo mark]
 D [ca 1922?]
 T One of several attempts by HC over the years (in this case about 1922,
he thought in 1963) to achieve a reasonably successful "pop" song.
Source of text unknown.
 M Pencil draft of melodic line complete in 74m on 1 staff on Ip, the
text written out separately below the music
365 Sentence [for voice and piano]
Andante non troppo
 D [ca 1922?]
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