Composers

Friedrich Hartmann Graf

Flute
Violin
Cello
Viola
Orchestra
Oboe
French horn
Sonata
Quartet
Concerto
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Quintet
by popularity
3 Flute Sonatas4 Quartets, 2 Trios & 2 Quintets6 Flute Quartets6 Flute Quartets, Op.56 Trio Sonatas, Op.3Cello Concerto in D majorFlute Concerto in D majorFlute Concerto No.1Flute Concerto No.2Flute Concerto No.3Flute Quartet in E-flat majorFlute Quartet in G major, Op.5 No.5Flute Sonata in C majorFlute Sonata in G majorTrio Sonata in A majorTrio Sonata in C majorTrio Sonata in D major
Wikipedia
Friedrich Hartmann Graf (23 August 1727 – 19 August 1795) was a German flautist and composer.
Graf was born 23 August 1727 in Rudolstadt. He was trained by his father Johann Graf and then served as a drummer in a Dutch army regiment where he was taken as a prisoner of war by the English. After he returned in 1759 he became a flautist and conductor in Hamburg for five years. During that time he toured England, the Dutch Republic, Italy, Switzerland and Germany. He was then made first flautist by his brother Christian Ernst Graf who led the chapel of the stadtholder's court in The Hague. Later he became the music director of all Protestant churches, and cantor of the school of St. Anna in Augsburg where he founded a civil society concert in 1779. Here he also met Mozart.
Graf died 19 August 1795 in Augsburg.