thanks for your remarks, which are valuable for me as usual. Indeed, I agree not to all of them.
Bar 7 has C natural in the RH, not C sharp. Did you decide to deviate from Urtext (as some others do) ? You play the C# so softly that it sounds as if you are not convinced of it.
I was very convinced of this c-sharp, but indeed there is a c natural in the score.
Bar 13 has a weak/inaudible note in RH
I can´t discover it.
Bar 20 - you suddenly slow down a whole lot, and never regain the original tempo. In the repeat you do it again though it's less obvious because you started not as fast as the first time.
I can´t find any tempo fluctuation in the repeat, may be the first time there is a very slight rubato, but I really have to think, if this is a (big) deal.
Bar 1 (repeat) - weak note
I don´t hear it, sorry, but may be I´m becoming old.
Bar 6: RH C# should be C
Right, thank you!
Bars 16-23 the middle voice could be brought out better (though you do that very nicely in bars 26-30)
In the bars 16-23 I wanted to bring out the subject entry in the bass, in the bars 26-30 I wanted to underline the sighing motifs in the middle voice. So it´s all intentional here.
Bar 30 you seem to slow down again
Can´t say that, these are my usual very small rubati, here to feel the sighings.
In general I find your tempo fluctuations a bit too much of a good thing, especially in the fugue.
I personally like them and I think, they are in the limit of good Bach-playing.
The ornaments often slightly disrupt the flow.
I have to think about that.
It won't be long now before you can pick my new recording of this pair to bits
I´m looking forward to that!