I listened only to Opp. 64 and 69. both are very convincing.
while the mix of trills and tupplets of 64 is a bit unclear, what caught my ears are the phrasings of Op. 69.
...I know that there are several editions of many Chopin compositions, and, according to Angela Lear,
most of them are wrong. hehe
It can be that my edition is different than yours.
Before I recorded the Chopin Op.69 No.2 waltz, I listened to several interpretations and I also read through a few scores.
I observed different phrasings and had questions and uncertainties about the character of the waltz. In a previous interpretation
that I performed using ivory software years ago, there was a different characterization of the piece. You can hear it at my piano page at http://specialneedsinmusic.com/audio/piano/ivory/ivory_chopin/ivory_chopin_op69_no2_altiverb.mp3
My characterization for this interpretationI had more to do with a childhood memory from the age of six. My older sister and I would dance
around to waltzes with me wearing a long skirt and her lifting me up a la Ginger Rogers/Fred Astaire dance routine according to our imaginations.
To be very honest with you, that was the influence on me for this interpretation. I did ponder about the phrasing and this time this was the interpretation
that won out. It was not based solely on scholarship. It was based on mood, impulse and impression.
Thank you for your well thought out comments. They are extremely interesting.
I did not interpret it in a sophisticated, intimate way. Rather, I associated the piece with swirling, impetuous, and refined movements that relate
to both introverted and extroverted expression.
I will post a video link of this performance very soon.