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  1. Created new system of organization called TONE ROW. Serialism. The system of musical composition that involves arranging the twelve chromatic tones into a new order and basing the composition on this new order. Art song. Musical setting of a poem for solo voice and piano accompaniment. In .
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  7. May 01,  · A beat is considered the time unit of a piece of music. If a song has a sequence of beats, this is known as the groove or the rhythm of a song. In conclusion, we can say that the rhythm of a poem can be thought of as the beat of a song.3/5(2).
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  9. John Dryden called Virgil's Georgics, written between 37 and 30 B.C.E., "the best poem by the best poet." The poem, newly translated by the poet and translator David Ferry, is one of the great songs, maybe the greatest we have, of human accomplishment in difficult--and beautiful--circumstances, and in the context of all we share in nature.

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