That was lovely, Andrew! You played it very nicely. The piano did have some 'interesting' sounds, though. Quite a lot of noise coming from the action and the upper notes sound more like a toy piano.
I did play around with Audacity trying to enhance the higher frequencies before uploading it to see if I could improve things but I wasn't convinced by the results. Probably it had the side-effect of enhancing harmonics as well, and I'm not very knowedgeable about doing such editing.
The piano certainly has a beautiful characterful voice but these high tremolos are no joy to listen to. Good performance but I find your the Romance a bit timid and tentative. Maybe I'm just used to hearing this great tune a bit broader, a bit more assertive and confident. It will be a matter of taste.
You could be right, I'm not sure. Liszt's dynamic markings never get above mf, and I was trying to do the expressive aspects through shades of pp to mp, also using strategic rubati and rits. I think my tempo is quite broad; I take a full minute longer than Leslie Howard (not that I've listened to his recording in ages, and in general I would never recommend his Liszt recordings), and Thibaudet (who plays it very well imo in terms of touch) takes less time still. As to broadness of colour, I'll think about that aspect. In the long term, I would prefer to re-record this on a piano in a better state of repair, but it is a shame that I doubt I will find one with such colour in the lower registers. I like to think that I played on a piano which was a contemporary of Liszt himself