Another performance favorite of mine is Brahms' A Major Intermezzo, Op. 118. (Andante Teneramente). It has such a subtle, controlled yearning.
The first time I heard that piece was while sitting in an airplane and listening to the airplane radio station through that arm rest thingy where you plug in earplugs. I remember thinking that I just had to learn what this piece was, and as it turns out, a member right here told me. So I enjoyed learning it, and then played it twice in recitals. Unfortunately, both times I made pretty big mistakes.
Just thought of another set of Granados set you may want to try. It is the Escenas Poeticas. They are only three pieces but also not so difficult.
What are your favorite pieces?
Where do I begin?
Most of Chopin's nocturnes, his mazurkas, all ballades, most preludes. Granados, Beethoven sonatas (Tempest), Grieg - too many to say, Mozart - too many to pick out, and lately, Samuel Barber - his nocturne, the Excursions set (really great!). Sorry I can't be very specific, but I've got a million things going on right now and can't think clearly.