Chopin Prelude in (supposedly, most of it is in C#m) Db. Weirdly sometimes entitled "Raindrop" but this is about as far from the soothing patter of cooling raindrops as you can imagine so goodness knows where it got that title from. Looks scary on paper, but actually isn't so hard after all and will be fun when I can really let rip with the C#m section!
Beethoven Moonlight second movement, also Db. Sounds so easy played by the professionals, looks so easy on paper - and really isn't! Each note needs careful thought how to play it, there is a lot of detail there that needs to be brought out.
Scarlatti K2, bucking the trend, it's in G Major and has nothing to do with Db .... It's in my Grade 7 keyboard anthology, and Zwhe having suggested I try K 27 as a piece a bit harder than G7, I thought I would try the slightly easier one first. Brilliant, as is all Scarlatti I think! I have the music to K 27 now, but I may be getting my teacher to help with it as there's a lot of crossing hands and I want to make sure I get that right.
Anyone else learning anything fun?