Definition of symphonic poem in English:

symphonic poem

Syllabification: sym·phon·ic po·em

noun

  • another term for tone poem.
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    • He composed ballets, operas, symphonies, symphonic poems, and sacred music, and prepared a completed version of Musorgsky's opera Sorochintsy Fair, which he conducted in Monte Carlo in 1923.
    • In a symphonic poem or a concert overture with a title or a programme, it is the latter that specifies the locus.
    • For these reasons, folk song finds its way into symphonic poems, and sacred songs become national anthems.

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