...you rather conveniently take your time in places.
In bar 3 I was perked by your C# in the LH - my edition has a B natural. Can you check your score ? Sounds very idiomatic though. In bar 17 from the end, in the RH, you play A instead of B (I used to do that too but have seen the light). Can you check that ?
Sorry for my late answer. I have been busy with my work, then far from any computer during vacations...
Yes I may take my time in this piece. I've checked the duration of various versions displayed on Deezer, and it is true that I am a little above the general range of duration, but only slightly. As you point out, the technique is not perfect, so imagine what it would have been with a quicker tempo...
Regarding the bar 3, I don't see (and don't play) any C. Is it the good number for the bar you meant ? But your last point is correct: there are two similar measures (13 and 17) with one different chord at the RH, and I play twice the same one. Shame on me
Perhaps you could use a bit more dynamic shading in the opening. Your interpretation is frolicky, sensuous and sophisticated.
Everything is crystal clear (except for a bare minimum of missed notes that is hardly noticable.) I think with time there will be more fluidity in the playing.
The tempos are generally beautiful.
Thanks Kaila for your encouraging post ! I agree I miss some dynamic in this piece (and more generally in many others). This is partially the fault of my piano, which as a quite hard touch, making the pp very difficult to control. When I'm rich I'll buy a Steinway
, or even a Yamaha with a new mechanism (for mine, I changed the hammers some years ago, which cost me an arm and a leg, but the mechanism is still the original one...).