Fatum

[Tchaikovsky] Fatum, Op. 77, is a symphonic poem by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It was written in 1868 and performed in 1869, but Tchaikovsky later destroyed the score, and it was published only three years after his death, with a posthumous opus number. ==History== Tchaikovsky started the symphonic poem Fatum between late September and early...
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fatum

fate, destiny, doom, lot, weird.
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fatum

Latin, meaning: fate, destiny, doom, lot, weird.
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Fatum

the god of destiny; originally the word 'fatum' meant 'the word of god' and in Greek religion it came to include the divinities of destiny, e.g., the Moirae, Parcae, and Sibyls; near the rostra in Rome stood statues of the Fata, the three Sibyls; later the word 'fata' was mistaken for the feminine singular form and became the origin of the word 'fa...
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