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Joseph Haydn (31 March or 1 April 1732–31 May 1809) was a leading composer of the classical period, called the “Father of the symphony” and “Father of the string quartet”. The name “Franz” was not used in the composer’s lifetime; scholars, along with an increasing number of music publishers and recording companies, have gone back to using the historically more accurate form of his name, rendered in English as “Joseph Haydn”.
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100 Popular Classics (disc 2)
101 Classical Greats (disc 2)
101 Classical Greats (disc 5)
A Lasting Inspiration (Jacqueline du Pré) (disc 1)
100 Masterpieces, Volume 4: 1788-1810
Classical Music for People Who Hate Classical Music (disc 2)
Classica D'Oro, Volume 1 (disc 39: Berühmte Orgelwerke des Barock) (Capella Istropolitana feat. conductor: Paul Kantschieder, organ: Harald Feller)
Horowitz : The Last Recording
Great Cello Concertos (disc 1)
Favourite Cello Concertos (Jacqueline du Pré) (disc 1)
Haydn, Hummel, Hertel, Stamitz; Trumpet Concertos (Håkan Hardenberger, A.S.M.F. (Sir Neville Marriner))