This is just a sweet tune I have played every now and then over the years. It's by Zdenko Fibich (1850-1900), a guy I don't know anything about and whose other piano pieces I have never heard. I think I'm going to look into his other tunes, because this one is a little gem.
If you would like to learn it, please let me know. It's about Grade 6 standard, I would say.
Edvard Grieg might ring a bell for some of you, as Hall of the Mountain King has been known to have made an appearance at many a piano lesson. Here's some Poetic Tone Pictures you can do for Grade 5 - they're pretty flashy tunes, but with a lot of feeling. I really like them.
Frédéric Chopin is the kind of composer that you really can't avoid if you learn piano. But hey, that's a good thing, because he wrote some of the best piano music out there. Most of his music is for solo piano, and pieces like the Grade 5 ones below would have originally been played for fun in 'lounge rooms' throughout 19th century Europe, just like Chopin himself is doing in the picture. So carry on the tradition, and bring some Chopin into your lounge room!