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The name Haydn usually refers to one of three brothers, born in Austria and making a career in music in the Classical period:
Joseph Haydn (1732–1809), composer.
Michael Haydn (1737–1802), composer.
Johann Haydn (1743-1805), tenor.
Haydn may also refer to:
- The Haydn Quartet
- Hayden (surname)
- Haiden (disambiguation)
- Heiden (disambiguation)
- Heyden (disambiguation)
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