Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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[562]F HC's holograph of the work was passed on from Mrs. Nikoloric to
Mrs. June McConlogue, who in the late Forties and Fifties taught
and directed a women's chorus at Comell College, Mount Vernon,
IA. Mrs. McConlogue had planned to program her first performance
at a Comell College concert at Chicago in 1949, but something hap-
pened and the Comell College first performance did not take place
until the chorus's spring tour of 1951, HC's choral song being sung
first most likely (according to Mrs. McConlogue) at St. Paul's
Methodist Church in Cedar Rapids, IA.
 M (a) Ink copy complete in 79m on 4p, all legible despite tears from
much folding. Given to LC, 5 Dec 1984, by Mrs. June
McConlogue. HC's pencil inscription, "H Cowell / 310 River-
side Drive / New York 25," at bottom of p4. Caption tide: "In-
to These Hollows for three voices, or a cappella chorus of low
and medium Women's Voices. Music by Henry Cowell /1938."
(b) Pencil draft complete in 79m on 3p, including a 5m "intersper-
sion" to go between mil and mIO from the end
 P Octavo sheet music (5p) copyright 1952, Peer
563 [Incidental music to Jean Cocteau's Les Maries de la Tour Eiffel for
piano and percussion]
(1) Hilarious Curtain-Opener. Moderate - Cantabile, p2-9
(2) Ritoumelle. Larghetto cantabile - Trio, plO
(3) Two Ritoumelles for Piano
1. Andante, Ip
2. Allegretto, 2p
(4) The Train Finale (Percussion Score), Ip
 D 30 Jan 1939. HC to Harry Cowell, 1 Feb 1939: "Last Monday I sent
off to John Cage my latest work, incidental music to Jean Cocteau's
The Marriage. ... The other Cocteau music [besides mvt 1] consists
of three ritoumelles and a finale, the latter being a conventional
musical imitation of the starting of a train, but with a new dodge.
... I have made an echo."
 I Movements (1)-(3) are for piano solo. The percussion group required
in (4) consists of: 4 cym, 4 gongs, 4 woodblocks, 4 dragonmouths,
 4tom-toms, sn dr, b dr, timp.
 F At the Cornish School, Seattle, 24 Mar 1939, by the Bonnie Bird Dance
Group, John Cage pianist and musical director. According to his
report to HC, movements (3) and (4) had to be cut for choreographic
reasons.
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