for me it is a valuable experience to meet the Quatre Morceaux by Catoire played completely by you. I think, also this last recording of number 3 is a musically very ripe and empathetique interpretation. You manage the passages, which are rhythmically not so easy, very well and sensitive, also the dynamic nuances seem very elaborated to me. And the end is a master-work of a well-sensed close. So, have my congratulations to this final piece of a great complete recording!
I was happy to see the link to your interpretations below the score on imslp, by the way. Could you post them there yourself?
P.S. to your bear-related remarks: I would be glad, if you will not be eaten by a bear one day. Americans truely seem to live dangerously, isn´t it?!
Here in Germany we only have wild boars in the forests sometimes. One day I walked in a nearby forest four wild boars raced directly into my direction. But when they arrived shortly before me, they recognized me, frigthened and very suddenly hit the road. Seemed, that it wasn´t a nice view for them.
I´m not so sure, if I would have such a frightening effect on a wild bear. Probably I better stay in german forests.