Schubert, the Viennese composer wrote a Noble Set and a Sentimental Set of waltzes about 80 years before Ravel and they and their form were his inspiration. Ravel first composed these for piano and a year later scored them for orchestra...a change from black and white (piano keyboard) to ROY G BIV if you dream in colors (red, orange, yellow...yada yada). Its pretty fine stuff. Enjoy. Takes about 15 minutes. Feel free to roam around the room while you listen. (orchestra version first below followed by the original piano version for those who prefer)
The piano edition is published with a quotation of Henri de Régnier: "…le plaisir délicieux et toujours nouveau d'une occupation inutile" (the delicious and forever-new pleasure of a useless occupation).