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Honegger

[ hon-i-ger, hoh-neg-er; French aw-ne-ger ]
/ ˈhɒn ɪ gər, ˈhoʊˌnɛg ər; French ɔ nɛˈgɛr /
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Ar·thur [ahr-ther; French ar-toor], /ˈɑr θər; French arˈtʊər/, 1892–1955, Swiss composer, born in France.

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Honegger
/ (ˈhɒnɪɡə, French ɔnɛɡɛr) /

noun

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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