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Haydn
as in:  Joseph Haydn


Haydn developed large musical structures from short, simple motifs.
  prolific Austrian composer who influenced the classical form of the symphony (1732-1809)
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Haydn Joseph Haydn
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Called by some the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet".
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Haydn [6] , Beethoven [2] , Bach [3] , Mozart [3] , Richard Wagner [3] , Claude Debussy [6] , Handel [6] , Tchaikovsky [6] , Aaron Copland [7] , Antonio Vivaldi [7] , George Gershwin [7] , Robert Schumann [7] , Rachmaninoff [8] , Rossini [8] , Franz Liszt [9] , Gustav Mahler [9] , Puccini [9]
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