Thanks for your kind words! The introduction to the "Nocturne" is interesting too because it reappears again in the piece, instead of simply making its opening statement and retiring. This piece, I think, was the most difficult one I undertook considering all three opuses. Sometimes when I was practicing, I wasn't sure if I'd own it or it would own me.
There are some things I could still improve upon, but for the moment at least, it's a fairly good rendition.
It's true that the Baldwin piano has a slightly faster tone decay than the NY Steinway (but not as notorious as found in the Yamaha). That automatically makes the Baldwin slightly more percussive than the Steinway. So it's a bit more work to make the Baldwin "sing". Once you really come to know the instrument though, shaping the phrases and nuances comes much more easily.
Thanks for listening, and I'm glad you enjoyed the piece and my playing.