But this is very well played. I did like the vigorous variation around 3:00 (not sure which number it was) and you handling of it.
Thanks! That would be Variation III (piu moto). Initially, I had thought maybe of breaking the set down by variations, since there are quite a few varying tempo directions throughout, but then I wasn't sure how to do that and make it play continuously from one to the next.
Those long trills further on could perhaps have been a bit more even - they seem to lean towards one note). But I understand they are a bitch to sustain.
An astute observation. I agree, and yes they are hard to sustain
Schubert not being a virtuoso like Beethoven or Mozart, he often went way beyond what was naturally comfortable for the pianist. I also use a bit of soft pedal here, a part of our piano which needs a bit more fine-tuning, so that may make the sound a bit uneven (on certain notes it tends to twang a bit). But I don't want to make excuses for myself because my right hand does always get tired at the end of those trills!
I thought that around 1:40 the polyrhythm sounds a bit strange. But I did not listen with score so can't be sure.
I agree, that still sounds strange to me even though I think I did it correctly
It's two against three in the same hand in a rather widely spaced figuration, so it's rather hard to make sound just so.