- PART 1 - Overture
- Behold, Jerusalem
- From the mountains, lo! he comes
- Tell me, lovely shepherd
- Fairest of the virgin throng
- As the rich apple, on whose boughs
- Beneath this ample shade I lay
- Who quits the lily's fleecy white
- Balmy sweetness, ever flowing
- Let not my prince; Ah, simple me!
- Fair and comely is my love
- Forbear, O charming swain
- Fill with cooling juice the bowl!
- PART 2 - Sinfonia
- The cheerful spring; Arise, my fair, and come away
- Together let us range the fields
- How lovely art thou to the sight
- Let me, love, thy bole ascending
- O, that a sister's specious name
- Soft, I adjure you, by the fawns
- My fair's a garden of delight
- Softly rise, O southern breeze!
- PART 3 - Arise, my fair, the doors unfold
- Obedient to thy voice I hie
- Ye blooming virgins
- Who is thy love, O charming maid!
- On his face the vernal rose
- This, O ye virgins
- Sweet nymph, whom ruddier charms adorn
- O take me! stamp me on thy breast!
- Thou soft invader of the soul (duet); In vain we trace the globe (chorus)