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Haydn

1. (Franz) Joseph . 1732--1809, Austrian composer, who played a major part in establishing the classical forms of the symphony and the string quartet. His other works include the oratorios The Creation (1796--98) and The Seasons (1798--1801)
2. his brother, Johann Michael . 1737--1806, Austrian composer, esp of Church music
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