Just noticed the 'New Message' thing at the top; I'm thinking that directly applies to me! Sorry for my absence..
There is currently a much better recording of the Rachmaninoff Etude-Tableaux Op.39 No.6 in Am already on this site; you can ignore mine if you like
However, I did notice that you have no recordings of the Muczynski or the Bortkiewicz, so I thought I might post these up as a temporary addition (if they pass your critiques) until more accomplished pianists can replace them
The Muczynski was a pleasure to put together, and an honor to place on my senior recital as a tribute in light of his passing this past year. My rendition is terribly sloppy, and I apologize for that. I've always found Bortkiewicz to be sadly underplayed, and while he's not entirely 'original,' his music is so 'pleasing' that it's hard to resist
Again my rhythmic control here leaves a lot to be desired, but I hope it will do for the time being.
The Muczynski and Rachmaninoff were recorded the same day in February, and Bortkiewicz with a slightly different set-up and using the school's new(er) pianos in May. So they are both a little behind. I had numerous other recordings, but I don't like the sound of them much at all, and there are already so many superior ones of those on the site that I thought it would be silly to further bog you down. I hope you will find some enjoyment in at least these two new additions Rachmaninov - Etude-Tableau Op.39 No.6 (2:50)Muczynski - Toccata Op.15 (3:05)Bortkiewicz - Ballade Op.42 (6:09)
PS. Haha, apparently Itunes found a random football team from Florida to add as 'artwork' to the Muczynski and Rachmaninoff... Sorry if that shows up!