I know this piece fairly well and hope that you will appreciate some constructive criticism.
Overall the piece is technically well played with very few missed notes.
That said, the piece feels harried to me, meaning it is rushed. Although the Passepied is certainly an up tempo piece, one has to be careful not to rush through it. There is beauty in the piece that can be felt with a little more restraint. Additionally (although counter intuitive), the use of variation in tempo could be been greater, meaning there are sections where a well placed retard would help set up the next section better.
I would urge caution in making sure that your right hand is not treating every note played by the right hand as melody or as more important than the rhythmic figures played by the left hand. It is probably a matter of personal taste, but I like the piece to be played much more lightly, more Mozart-like than Beethoven-like (I think you used the word "explosively"), but again that's probably artistic preference.
Last technique comment - in places the pedaling was a bit muddy for my tastes. I would urge more care in pedaling especially for parts of the piece where the left and right hands are in the lower registers.
A general recording comment - the microphone placement is not optimal in this recording. I noticed that in softer passages the left hand register almost disappears while the right hand passages stay bright and centered. A standard X-Y microphone configuration using dynamic microphones and careful balancing would help add clarity to the recording immensely. You can see more about this technique at http://tinyurl.com/27c78vm
I hope this is helpful information. You play musically and have generally good technique and I would encourage you to continue recording.