Claude Debussy witnessed a Javanese gamelan orchestra at the 1889 Exposition Unverselle in Paris. Impressed by this sound, he wrote and published his three pieces for piano titled Estampes in 1903.
In the third piece, Debussy takes a style influenced by the Javenese sound and incorporates two French folk tunes: the lullaby Do, do, l'enfant do and Nous n'irons plus au bois. The rain soaks the "gardens" and drives relentlessly with only moments of lull until the end when as suddenly as the "rain" began, it ends.
Listen for the driving rhythms inspired by percussion instruments see if you can identify the folk melodies in Debussy's composition.