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Artists usually get more famous after they die, but Arthur Honegger had pretty good luck both alive and dead. We'll hear a work from close to the end of his time among the living: the Intrada, with trumpeter David Guerrier and pianist Steven Beck, at the Grand Teton Music Festival. 



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