I usually try to post works that are not already on the site, but I ask for your indulgence. It's my birthday. I made several recordings of this and couldn't decide which was best or, should I say, not as bad as the others. This is the one I made today. I fear there may be a couple of "raindrops that evaporated into thin air" (Damned unsounded notes!). Chopin: Op. 28, No. 15, Prelude in Db Major (Raindrop) I'm ashamed to admit this, but I kept feeling like I was going to play "There she is, Miss America" every time I played the first three notes of the main theme. I guess it's like thinking of "The Lone Ranger" every time you hear the William Tell Overture. (Excuse me for those of you across the pond if these things are unfamiliar to you.) Chopin - Prelude in D-flat Major Op. 28, No. 15 "Raindrop"