Graun, Joh. Gottl (Johann Gottlieb), 1702 or 3-1771
Graun, Johann Gottlieb, 1699?-1771
Due to uncertainties in the attribution of compositions by this composer and his brother, Karl Heinrich, search also as needed under Graun, Karl Heinrich, 1704-1759
b. probably 1703
Thematic catalog numbers are from Graun-Werkverzeichnis (GraunWV) by Christoph Henzel, e.g. [Concertos, violin, orchestra, GraunWV C:XIII:68, C minor]; this work supersedes Carl Mennicke's Hasse und die Brüder Graun als Symphoniker in the numbering of symphonies. Works in the GraunWV sections C and Cv are cataloged according to procedures for probable authorship if Henzel provides an unequivocal attribution indicated by "(Komponist: J.G. Graun)." Lacking such attribution, works are cataloged according to procedures for uncertain authorship. Works in section D are cataloged according to procedures for uncertain authorship unless substantial evidence is available in the item cataloged and/or in references sources attributing a work to a composer other than Johann Gottlieb or Karl Heinrich Graun.
Graun, J.G. Trio D-Dur für Oboe d'amore, Horn und Fagott, c1993 t.p. (J.G. Graun) t.p. verso (Johann Gottlieb Graun)
Graun, J.G. Konzert in c-Moll für Oboe, Streich-Orchester und Continuo, c1953 t.p. (Joh. Gottl. Graun)
Grove music online, June 7, 2006 (under Graun: Johann Gottlieb Graun; b. 1702-3, Wahrenbrück, d. Oct. 27, 1771, Berlin; composer, brother of August Friedrich Graun)