Johann Kuhnau (April 6, 1660 – June 5, 1722) was a German composer, organist and harpsichordist.
Kuhnau was born in Geising. He preceded Johann Sebastian Bach as cantor of the Thomaskirche (St Thomas Church) in Leipzig. There Kuhnau taught Johann David Heinichen and Christoph Graupner, both of whom were to become composers. He remained there until his death.
|1||Tristis est anima mea||54 listeners|
|2||II. Sein Vertrauen, dass Gott sein Gebet schon erhoret habe||36 listeners|
|3||O heilige Zeit||35 listeners|
|4||V. Gigue||32 listeners|
|5||VII. Il Concerto Musico delle Donne||32 listeners|
|6||Neuer Clavier-Ubung, Vol. 1: Partie No. 6 in A major: I. Praeludium||31 listeners|
|7||III. Courrante||27 listeners|
|8||Magnificat in C major: I. Magnificat anima mea Dominum||27 listeners|
|9||IV. Aria||26 listeners|
|10||IV. —||24 listeners|