A Swiss composer of operas, chamber music, and orchestral music who was influenced in his early work by the impressionists and Stravinsky's modernism. Honegger used a personal style in his main work that is densely bitonal, classically polyphonic, and emotionally austere. This is especially apparent in the beautiful Symphony for String Orchestra No. 2, with a mysteriously emerging trumpet solo in the last movement -- a work written in occupied Paris of WWII. His oratorio Jeanne d'Arc au Bucher is a significant work told in a series of episodic "flashbacks," a form that fits well with the music. ~ Blue Gene Tyranny, Rovi

Arthur Honegger: Symphony No. 3 "Symphonie Liturgique" (Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker)
Arthur Honegger - Pacific 231 Mouvement symphonique No. 1 (1923)
Arthur Honegger : Symphonie n° 2 H. 153
Arthur Honegger - King David
Arthur Honegger: Concerto per violoncello e orchestra (H. 72) (1929)
Honegger : Pacific 231 (Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France)
Honegger — Symphony No. 3 "Symphonie Liturgique" (1945–46)
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