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Franz Joseph Haydn was a pivotal figure in the classical period. But how much do we really know? Discover his sense of humour and his early life in our gallery of Haydn facts!
Haydn's sense of humour and cheek is well-known, so it's no surprise that it made it into many of his pieces too. His string quartet in E flat (subtitled 'The Joke') is a great example - there are false endings to try and catch the audience out.
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