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Shapley wrote:I'm off to work, I haven't much time,
to put this answer into rhyme.
Carl Maria von Weber? is the question you proffer,
'No' is the very best answer I can offer.
Shapley wrote:Peter II, dead at the age of fifteen,
on the eve he was to have taken a queen.
It was 1730, When smallpox took his life,
leaving behind no will, no heir, and no wife.
Heir to the throne of Peter the Great,
Young Peter's life was cut short by fate.
To short was his reign to become 'Peter the Greater'.
The composer in question was born sometime later.
Shapley wrote:Barfle, your question left me in a lurch,
I had Google and to search,
The only name that rhymes with 'mouse'
that came to mind was Karl Haus.
I'm sure there's another name around
that in my searching was not found.
'tis puzzling to me, but even so,
the simple answer to your query is 'no'.
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