Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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of 1940, while HC was living in the home of Percy Grainger, White
Plains, NY, which apparently boasted 3 harmoniums (see no. 595a).
 M Sketches in ink and pencil, 4p (part 1) and 3p (part 2)
597b Ancient Desert Drone [arranged (by HC?) for small orchestra]
Slowly - Peacefully
 D [Jul-Dec 1940?]
 I 1221 2210 timp, perc (as with no. 597) str
 P Materials on rental from AMP
598 "Purdue" [for orchestra]
Maestoso (about ♩ = 72) - Allegro - Molto meno mosso - Piu mosso
 -Meno mosso - Piu mosso - Meno mosso - Allargando
 D Aug 1940. On HC's separate cover/title-page: "Purdue: Composed
at the Request of Fabien Sevitzky and Dedicated to President
Edw[ard] Ch[arles] EUiott and Purdue Univereity. August 1940." At
bottom of pi, in HC's hand: "At the request of Mr. Sevitzky, the sec-
ond theme is adapted from the song *Hail Purdue' by E. J. Wotawa."
Composer's fee, from a chit in the CC at NYPL: $50.
 I 3333 4331 timp, perc str
 F At ceremonies inaugurating the Hall of Music, Purdue University,
West Lafayette, IN, 19 Dec 1940, by the Indianapolis Symphony Or-
chestra, cond. Fabien Sevitzky. Called Purdue Fantasia in program
book.
 M (a) Ink presentation full score complete on 21p, cover/title-page as
above, in Hall of Music Library, Purdue University. Copyist's
parts in library of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Machine copy at LC.
(b) Pencil sketch (marked "original") of condensed score on 3 staves,
essentially complete on 6p
 C Hail Purdue! is the chief song of Purdue University. It serves here not
only as 2nd theme but as the basis of both introduction and climactic
finale.
599ABit o' Blarney (This One Is a Wise-Cracker) [for band]
Jig Time (Allegro molto -- Trio)
 D 30 Sep 1940. The title probably reflects the influence of Percy
Grainger, in whose home HC was living at the time he listed this piece
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