Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.1
Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.2
II. Molto adagio
Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.3
Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.4
Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.5
Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.6
V. Ciaccona da capo
Kuhnau: Fresh Keyboard Fruits, Sonata No.7
Kuhnau: The Biblical Sonatas, No.1, "The Combat between David and Goliath"
I. The boasting of Goliath.
II. The trembling of the Israelites...Their prayer to God.
III. The courage of David...The confidence that he puts in the help of God.
IV. The combat between the two and their struggle; the stone is thrown...Goliath falls.
V. The flight of the Philistines, who are pursued and slain by the Israelites.
VI. The joy of the Israelites over their victory.
VII. Musical Concert of the Women in honor of David.
VIII. The general Rejoicing, and the dances of joy of the People.
Kuhnau: The Biblical Sonatas, No.2, "The melancholy of Saul assuaged by means of music"
I. The sadness and the rage of the King.
II. [No title]
III. The restorative Song of David's harp.
IV. The calm and contented soul of Saul.
Kuhnau: The Biblical Sonatas, No.3, "The Wedding of Jacob"
I. The joy of the family of Laban at the arrival of their kinsman Jacob.
II. The servitude of Jacob is indeed laborious, but it is lightened by his love for Rachel....
III. The bridal song sung by the Companions of Rachel.
IV. The rejoicing for the wedding, and the Congratulations.
V. The deception of Laban.
VI. [No title]
VII. The bridegroom content; his heart foretells him some ill; he takes heart again...The displeasure of Jacob at being deceived.
VIII. The rejoicing for the wedding is repeated.
Kuhnau: The Biblical Sonatas, No.4, "Hezekiah dying and restored to health"
I. Hezekiah's lament for the death foretold to him and his fervent prayers.
II. His confidence in God.
III. The joy of the convalescent King; he remembers the ills that are past; he forgets them.
Kuhnau: The Biblical Sonatas, No.5, "Gideon the Savior of the People of Israel"
I. Gideon's doubt concerning the Victory promised him by God; he tests it in a contrary manner.
II. His fear, seeing a great army of enemies come upon him.
III. He takes heart again, hearing what they had dreamed of him being expounded to his enemies.
IV. Gideon encourages his soldiers.
V. The sound of trumpets...The breaking of the pitchers...The cries of the fighters.
VI. The flight of their enemies, pursued by the Israelites.
VII. Their joy in the notable Victory.
Kuhnau: The Biblical Sonatas, No.6, "The Tomb of Jacob"
I. The sorrow of the sons of Jacob at the bed of their dying Father, somewhat sweetened by his fatherly benediction.
II. They consider the Consequences of this death.
III. The Journey from Egypt to the Land of Canaan.
IV. The burial of Israel, and the sorrowful lament of those present.
V. The souls of the survivors are consoled.