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A poem that tells a story is called a
Poem is a piece of writing that partakes of the nature of both speech and song, and that is usually rhythmical and metaphorical.
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User: The Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream is a one-movement work

User: A poem that tells a story is called a

Weegy: Poem is a piece of writing that partakes of the nature of both speech and song, and that is usually rhythmical and metaphorical.
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User: A Midsummer Night's Dream, William Shakespeare's play about the collision of reality and fantasy, was captured in a musical piece by

Weegy: D. Felix Mendelssohn.
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Weegy: Influenced by Dvorák, _______ is credited as the first American woman to have written a symphony A summer project to inventory uncataloged manuscripts in the Music Library resulted in the discovery of a previously unpublished two-page song, [ "Birth," by Amy Beach (1867-1944). Amy Marcy Beach, who preferred to be known as Mrs. H. H. A. Beach in the United States during her life, was the first American woman to write a symphony and other large scale works, including an opera (Cabildo). She composed over 170 works; about 110 of them are songs. This prolific composer was well recognized both as a composer and a pianist during her time. She toured extensively as a concert pianist before her marriage and after her husband's death. During her marriage, she was focused on composing music at the request of her husband, Dr. Henry Harris Aubrey Beach (1843-1910), a surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She continued composing after her husband's death until late in life. Her Gaelic Symphony was premiered by the Boston Symphony in 1897 under the baton of famed conductor Emil Paur; other famous conductors such as Leopold Stokowski of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Frederick Stock of the Chicago Symphony also performed her symphony and piano concerto. A contemporary composer, George Chadwick, praised her symphony and called her "one of the boys," an intended compliment that reflects the small value society placed on women's compositions at the time. ] (More)
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