Since my trip to Paris I have been inspired to play more Chopin and have long felt that I wanted to re-record this piece because I wasn't crazy about my first version here on the site. And then since I have the piece memorized, I decided to make it a video. So here is the video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBFu8NXS9ck and here is the audio link, which is the same as on the video: Chopin - Op.69 no.1, Waltz in A-flat major And then when I was standing next to Poulenc's grave, I heard his ghost whisper to me, "you must play my music better," so yesterday I attempted to re-record his Novelette No. 3 as I now play it a little differently and at a faster tempo. I also wanted to re-do my earlier video because I had a cut in it and felt I should play it without any cuts, so I did that too. Except, after uploading it to Youtube, I discovered I played one wrong note, so I am not including an audio-only file here. I'll have to make a new one....argh! :x Anyway, here's the link to another dumb video.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCJTcPFGZcU Here is the 'corrected' audio-only link: Poulenc - Novelette No. 3 "Andantino tranquillo"