This is a bit of a mixed bag.
To start with the Schumann Novelette, the sound quality is not good enough for the site, sorry. The playing is very competent but your sense of rhythm and tempo doesn't seen very secure here, and articulation is rather soggy.
The Chopin preludes are well sound good. Of course this is a competitive area, just about everybody has recorded these two. Actually, these two hardly count as first submissions. No.20 is very slow but we've had worse
Glad to see you are an E-flat minor man.
The Mozart is cleanly played, with very nice dynamics. I find it a bit literal though, as if played through at an exam by a skilled student.
All the right notes are there, but somehow it doesn't sparkle. You wrote earlier you are very good in playing ornaments but I find them to be a bit labored here. Maybe your Bechstein does not have a very light touch ? It's a nice sounding instrument though. Except for the what seems really close miking here. The hemmer/damper noises got ion my nerves while listening to this one with headphones. No such
problem in the Chopin preludes.
If you want to be a pianist on the site, I'd like to hear a couple more pieces, and get an idea of your plans regarding new recordings and participating in the forum. We like people to be regular contributors.