Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 T Poem of same title by Witter Bynner, Forum 48 (Sep 1912), p284;
 Rin Bynner, Crenstone Poems: A Sequence (New York: Frederick
A. Stokes, 1917), p285
 M Pencil draft complete in llm on Ip
366 Vox Celeste [for voice and piano]
Allegro
 D [ca 1922?]
 T By Harry Cowell
 M Pencil draft incomplete in 10m on p2 following Conservative Estimate
(no. 349)
367 The Sword of Oblivion [for piano strings]
Grave
 D [ca 1920-22]
 M Pencil draft complete in 23m, with notation for 7 methods of pro-
ducing sound with a piano; instructions at bottom of page
 C HC's earliest "piano string" piece? (See Plate 2.)
[Period for piano] see no. 958
368 Chiaroscuro [for violin and piano]
Allegretto
 D On a program by Helen Atkinson, violinist, and Georgia Kober,
pianist. Community House, Palo Alto, 18 May 1923
 M Pencil draft complete on 4p
 C This is the second of four works to which HC gave this title during
his career (see nos. 348, 570, and 892), but he employed the same
concept of antithesis with many different pairs of English words in
his titles: light and dark, tender and wild, staccato and legato, curse
and blessing, sharp and smooth, Balor of the evil eye (leader of the
bad guys) and Lugh of the shining face (leader of the good guys).
Even the hymn-and-fuguing tune concept contrasts the smooth and
even hymn with the jumpy and energetic fuguing tune.
369 The Vision of Oma [for piano]
Allegretto quasi larghetto - Misterioso - Faster - Presto deciso - Molto
meno mosso - Presto - Piu mosso - Meno mosso - Allargando - Meno
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