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Christian Ernst Graf

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6 Sonatas for 2 Violins and Cello, Op.106 Flute Quintets, Op.86 Sonatas for Harpsichord and Violin, Op.43 Harpsichord Trios, Op.136 Flute Quartets, Op.126 Sonatas for Keyboard and Violin, Op.196 String Quartets6 String Quartets, Op.3

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3 Harpsichord Trios, Op.136 String Quartets6 String Quartets, Op.3
Christian Ernst Friedrich Graf (Rudolstadt, 30 June 1723 – The Hague, 17 July 1804) was a Dutch Kapellmeister and composer of German descent. He was Kapellmeister to William V, Prince of Orange and resident in the Netherlands from 1762, where he changed the spelling of his name to Graaf.
He was the son of Kapellmeister de:Johann Graf (1684–1750) and brother of the flautist Friedrich Hartmann Graf. He composed multiple symphonies as well as concertos and songs. Works Include: Op. 1 Sinfonia voor Orkest in C (Symphony for Orchestra in C) Symphony No. 1 in F major Symphony in D Cello Concerto No. 1 in D major (1777) for cello and orchestra Laat ons juichen, Batavieren! (1766) for tenor and harpsichord De pruimeboom (Jantje zag eens pruimen hangen) for baritone and harpsichord, poem by Hieronymus van Alphen