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Franz Joseph Haydn is usually referred to as the father of the Symphony as he made a lot of important contributions in this genre. Haydn was a musician who in his early life sang for the wealthy Hungarian aristocratic family. Importantly, he made contributions to symphony throughout his twelve symphonies. In doing his music, Haydn used wind instruments in his first London Symphony (No. 93) and last London Symphony (No. 104). One of the distinguishing factors of the Haydn’s music was the development of large structures from very simple and short music designs which are frequently derived from typical occupying figures. On this basis, most of his music was more often than not formally concentrated while unfolding the essential musical events of movements. Basically, Haydn developed the sonata form of composition where he used the monothematic exposition where the music composed is more or less identical to the theme portrayed. Additionally, another distinguishing factor of his music is humor. In this case, most of his compositions are characterized by humor unlike the works of other musicians like Mozart (Woodstra et al 2005, 988)