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Josip Ipavec (21 December 1873 – 8 February 1921, surname sometimes spelled Ipavic) was a Slovenian composer. A native of Šentjur, he lived in that town for much of his life. He was a physician in his professional life, at first in the Austria-Hungarian army and later for the most part in Šentjur. As a composer, he wrote mainly theatre music and lieder. In 1901, he wrote the first and the most often performed Slovene ballet, the pantomimeA Little Man ("Možiček").