To get the teckie stuff out of the way first, wasn't clear how I did this... do I keep clicking the "add attachment" button?
Yep. You can add as many attachments as you like.
Though I'm not sure where it leaves me. I know I can do better, but I might do well to leave these for a while and re-visit. See what tomorrow brings.
Yes you can do better, and you wil. Just need to take some more time over then and it will be a real difference.
I prefer contemplative to assertive and I will stick to my guns over certain issues of tone (though, right, every note must sound) and tempo, however I am particularly annoyed at my faltering, rather than it being airy and moving forward. I found it easy enough to speed these fugues up, but then felt it lost something. Just need to find a way to make it convincing.
Well Bach didn't leave any tempo clues, so there's nothing wrong with a daringly slow fugue, as long as it is smooth and flowing. In that respect playing slower is more difficult.... I know the problem of faltering, for no good reason, while recording pieces you can play perfectly well. It takes dogged determination to get out of that phase. It will get better as you record (and practice) more.
As for the Hindemith. Give me a day or two to reflect. I'd say these are subject to just as many slips, just the tonalities are less familiar, and there are greater gradations of dynamics. I'm glad you found them instructive, there is a wealth to delve into there.
I though there might have been slips here too, just could not locate them as I am not familiar with the pieces. In any case they were not intrusive, while they were in the Bach. Thanks for submitting this, and I hope you'll give us more. These can still go up the site if ypu want, as hardly anybody will notice that there was anything wrong at all.