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Hon·eg·ger(hŏn′ĭ-gər, hō′nĕg′ər, ô-nĕ-gĕr′), Arthur 1892-1955.
French-born Swiss composer. A proponent of the modern movement in French music, he is remembered for a number of compositions, including Pacific 231 (1923).
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Honegger(ˈhɒnɪɡə; French ɔnɛɡɛr)
(Biography) Arthur (artyr). 1892–1955, French composer, one of Les Six. His works include the oratorios King David (1921) and Joan of Arc at the Stake (1935), and Pacific 231 (1924) for orchestra
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Ho•neg•ger(ˈhɒn ɪ gər, ˈhoʊˌnɛg ər)
Arthur, 1892–1955, Swiss composer, born in France.
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|Noun||1.||Honegger - Swiss composer (born in France) who was the founding member of a group in Paris that included Erik Satie and Darius Milhaud and Francis Poulenc and Jean Cocteau (1892-1955)|
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