Wow Richard, sorry to say this, but you still/again have an extra 8th note at around 36-37 sec
. The sound quality and voicing are very good however. Earlier you had mentioned that yours was one of the slower performances of this work. Have you considered carefully the matter of its meter? This is so often the same case with the 1st movement of the Beethoven Moonlight Sonata, where folks play it in 4/4 when it is written in 2/2 instead. If you were to mark your two beats [to the bar] as if conducting, would your gesture represent the tempo that you are after? For me your tempo is one of playing "in the wrong gear" (a bad analogy I'm sure). But the point is that the melody is written to play out (pun intended) in 2/2 (cut-time) not 4/4. I believe this work (like the referenced Beethoven) requires that one first mold the melody in the tempo that is "correct" for your
interpretation of the tempo-meter relationship (here of "Largo" in 2/2) and then make the LH correspond. Otherwise the end result is an elevation in importance of the relatively unimportant (the background layer of the music) with the important (melody) pushed off the sound stage. Anyway, regarding those 8th notes, I guess you could use the good-ole "1-ee-&-ah, 2-ee-&-ah" method to make sure you get them correct (but don't actually speak them aloud or Monica will get you
). I salute your tenacity to get this done well.
I hope this helps.