I believe this is one of the hardest Mazurkas, both technically and interpretatively (spelling ?). Hats off for everyone who dares to record it.
You have most of the notes, which is a good start, but it seems to me there is a lot more work to do (this one probably requires a 20-time a day drill
). The tempo is hardly Vivace (more like Allegretto), the rhythm is jerky (especially in the middle section), the LH chords ill-defined, the middle voice almost non-existent, the trills unsteady, and you seem to omit a lot of notes especially in the RH (or perhaps they are just not audible, I have the same problem sometimes). The important 3rd beat accents are not heard, and I think you need to work a bit more on the dynamics.
Not sure whether you suggest that Mazurkas have nothing to do with dance (your writing tends to be confusing) but I think they do, and this one is a jolly romp. It definitely needs to be more vivacious even if that means taking risks. This is actually one that you can throw caution to the winds and let rip. It still feels like dutifully going through the notes. In the coda, you observe neither the accellerando or the smorzando (it's very difficult, I know...), or the crescendo in the closing bars. That pause before the closing note sounds rather clumsy (you could cut that out with your software
Well sorry for all the niggles, but I always give everyone the good, the bad and the ugly. I know you can do better than this.