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Arthur Honegger

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Year of Birth:1892
Year of death:1955


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Arthur Honegger was a member of Les Six, a club founded by Jean Cocteau, whose individual members (including Honegger, Milhaud and Poulenc were the most important) but otherwise had little in common. One of Honegger's most famous work is the modern-mechanical Pacific 231, in which the dynamics of a Delayed locomotive is depicted. More personally committed the Third Symphony, nicknamed Liturgiquemore

Also known as

  • Honegger
  • A. Honegger
  • Arthur Honneger

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