Definition of Joseph Haydn from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Joseph Haydn

 
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(1732-1809) an Austrian composer, known especially for his symphonies and choral music (= music for voices). His music was very popular in Britain and Haydn made two visits to England. His last 12 symphonies are called the London Symphonies because they were first performed in London.