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Arne

 (ärn), Thomas Augustine 1710-1778.
British composer noted for his songs, oratorios, and operas, including Alfred (1740), which introduced the song "Rule, Britannia."
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Arne

(ɑːn)
n
(Biography) Thomas (Augustine). 1710–78, English composer, noted for his setting of Shakespearean songs and for his song Rule Britannia
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Arne

(ɑrn)

n.
Thomas Augustine, 1710–78, English composer.
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