Haydn (disambiguation)

Haydn (disambiguation)

Haydn most commonly refers to Joseph Haydn (1732–1809), a leading composer of the Classical period, called the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet".

Haydn may also refer to:

People with last name Haydn:
*Michael Haydn (1737–1806) composer and the younger brother of Joseph Haydn
*Johann Evangelist Haydn (1743–1805), tenor singer and brother of Joseph Haydn
*Joseph Timothy Haydn, Irish author of "Haydn's Dictionary of Dates" and "The Book of Dignities"

People with first name Haydn:
*Haydn Bunton, Sr. (1911–1955), Australian rules football player
*Haydn Bunton, Jr. (born 1937), Australian rules football player
*Haydn Gwynne, a British actress best known for her roles in "Drop the Dead Donkey", "Peak Practice" and Merseybeat"
*Haydn Tanner (born 1917), a former Welsh rugby union player who also played for the British and Irish Lions
*Haydn Wood (1882–1959), a 20th century English composer and a respected violinist
*Haydn Porter, A model/actress who has appeared in both Playboy Magazine and the Howard Stern show.

Other:
*The Haydn Quartet, one of the most popular recording close harmony quartets in the early twentieth century

See also:
*Hayden


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