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Graun familylocked

  • Christoph Henzel


German family of which three brothers were musicians. Their father, August Graun (d 1736), came from a Saxon family of clergymen and worked as a tax-collector in Wahrenbrück. There the three sons received their first musical tuition from the town Kantor and organist Johann David Cocler. The loss of the church registers by fire in ...

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