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Henze

(German ˈhɛntsə)
n
(Biography) Hans Werner (hans ˈvɛrnər). 1926–2012, German composer, whose works, in many styles, include the operas The Stag King (1956), The Bassarids (1965), The English Cat (1983), and Das verratene Meer (1990) and the oratorio The Raft of the Medusa (1968)

Hen•ze

(ˈhɛn tsə)

n.
Hans Werner, born 1926, German composer.
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