"I Like Chopin" was an internationally successful single sung by Gazebo and produced in Italy in 1983 by Pierluigi Giombini. It is generally regarded as one of the most significant Italo disco tracks of the mid-1980s. It peaked at number one in several European national charts. The music was composed by Giombini (contrary to popular belief without themes from Chopin), the lyrics were written by Gazebo.
Asami Kobayashi – 雨音はショパンの調べ(Ama oto ha Shopan no shirabe), a Japanese language cover of the song, reaching no. 1 in the Japan charts in July 1984. It reached no. 12 at the year-end charts of the same year.
Alan Tam – 我愛雀斑 (Ngo Ngoi Jeuk Ban) in 1984, a Cantonese-language cover of the song, He also covered Japanese-language version.
Grasshopper – 再見Rainy Days in 1992, another Cantonese-language cover of the song.
Atsushi Sakurai – 雨音はショパンの調べ -I like Chopin- (Ameon wa Chopin no Shirabe -I like Chopin-) in 2004, Japanese singer cover the song in his single Taiji/Smell and sings it in his live concert "Explosion- Ai no Wakusei Live 2004".