Recently I discovered digital scans of two manuscripts, containing partita's by Johann Adolph Scheibe. These keyboard partitas are really attractive. They are for the most part not difficult to play, yet they stick to the mind. These seven partita's form a collection of 51 pieces, each of which can be of great value in musical education, or as a quick to learn intermezzo during service. Originally meant for harpsichord, they work very well on organ too. They are relatively easy, but written with great ingenuity and craftmanship. Practise one of them for half an hour, and you'll find yourself humming the piece for the rest of the day.
I am working on the scores and the recordings. It's slow working, 51 pieces is a lot of ground to cover. As a kind of preview here are both Bourée's from partita number III.