Definition of Henze, Hans Werner in English:

Henze, Hans Werner

Line breaks: Hans Wer¦ner Henze
Pronunciation: /ˈhɛntsə
 
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( 1926–2012), German composer and conductor. His diverse works are influenced by serialism, classical composers, and Italian opera, and sometimes reflect his left-wing ideals, as in The Raft of the Medusa (1968) (a requiem for Che Guevara).

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