Which of the following statements is not true?
The symphonic poem, or tone poem, is a one-movement composition in sonata-allegro form.
Musicians and audiences in the romantic period liked to read stories into all music, whether intended by the composer or not.
The romantic concert overture was modeled after the opera overture, but the concert overture is not intended to usher in a stage work, being instead an independent composition.
While music alone makes no definite reference to ideas, emotions, or objects, it can create moods, emotions, and atmosphere.