Young and Matured Henry Cowell with his music note.
 
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 T Film written by Mary Ellen Bute, who also commissioned the music
and directed the film. No words sung; vocalise.
 I Chorus (SAATB) single winds pf? str
 M Score for chorus only, 4 staves on 9 ink masters; some of the notes
and lettering appear foreign to HC's several "hands," but he may have
tried to emulate the hand of a copyist.
 C Because of the American Federation of Musicians strike, only the
chorus could be used when the time came to record the music (infor-
mation from SRC).
Reel for C. B. S. Orchestra see no. 463/lb
628 60 for Three Saxophones
[Tempo mark?]
 D HC to Percy Grainger, 6 Jul 1942: "I enclose a little trio for your six-
tieth birthday." "For Percy Grainger," bom 8 Jul 1882.
 M Ink score complete on 1 sheet, in Grainger Museum, University of
Melbourne, Australia
629[Mountain Dells for voice and piano]
 D HC to Olive and Harry Cowell, 10 Aug 1942: "Hayes sang a song
we [Roland Hayes and HC] wrote together about mountain dells"
(date and place of performance not identified).
630 Banners: A Choreographic Chorale in Two Scenes [for soprano, SATB
chorus, and chamber ensemble]
Scene 1: At Daybreak
Scene 2: "Fresh and rosy red the sun is mounting high"
 D 20 Aug 1942
 T Lines from Walt Whitman, The Song of the Banner at Daybreak
(from Drum Taps)
 I The condensed score mentions oboe, clarinet, percussion, piano, and
strings, plus solo soprano.
 F At Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, near Lee, MA, 20 Aug 1942;
danced by Elizabeth and Don Oscar Becque. "The recordings used
were made under the direction of the composer" (from the program).
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