sorry about your stair-accident!
But the stair has survived.
I´m just kidding you, of course, I´m glad, you haven´t broken anything.
Notewise you play this piece perfectly and there really are some very nice musical moments in it, but I agree to David, that generally it could be played more dreamy, softly and silently, especially the pp dolcissimo parts and the ppp at the end.
Do you play with left pedal the Andante un poco e moto e cantabile? In my score there is prescribed "una corda". The loudest passages are in mf, so that the whole piece is not the loudest.
Yes, I think, the recording-settings can have much influence of the sound. You can make your sound softer first by playing softer, of course, and second by puting your mikes a bit farer away from the piano and/or puting the recording level a bit more down. (If you would want to sound your recording really softly, you could hang a towel over your mikes.
I´m only joking here, of course.)
It´s really a beautiful and meditative piece and I think, you still play it well. It´s just a bit work of expression, sound colour and dynamical nuances you could do here.