I like playing parlor music from the 18th and early 19th century. Some of it is really good. (And some of it is amazingly crappy, as in "Why would anyone bother printing that".)
I get a kick out of the fact that I might be the first person to play a certain piece for the past hundred years, too.
Once in a while I come across something that I consider truly exceptional and I've shared a few of my finds here over the course of time, like this one here:https://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/2948137/fairy-kisses.html
Sheet music was a major purchase in those days, too. The Echoes from the Nursery series says that it's forty cents per piece. Forty cents in 1879 is about twelve dollars in today's money, so these five pieces would cost you about sixty dollars today.
Some of the artwork is really well done, too.
Here's a drawing from the Choice Selections for Evening Amusement series. I like it well enough that I cut it out of the cover sheet scan and did a bit of light editing to make it into a generic picture of a Victorian music room instead of an ad for the music publisher.
As some of you folks like this stuff too, I'll continue to post recommendations for some of the most worthwhile parlor music here when I happen to run across it.