I had a listen to your video featuring you performing these Van Hoorick preludes, I enjoyed the listen. I haven't heard these pieces so I don't feel I can give you feedback of from experience, but from what I heard anyway. The first piece was interesting, I imagine the score is littered with accidentals
some parts remind me of pieces by godowsky in parts. The allegro marcato was a real spitfire of a piece, particularly the very end
The third piece brings to mind a piece by Satie I imagine Mr. Hoorick was influenced by him or at the very least Debussy. For the next piece I thought the right hand could sound louder than the left hand, though I haven't seen the score, I imagine you have played what was written. The next piece had a nice tune to it, despite being fairly simply harmonically I think your phrasing fit it well. The Bachiana piece was interesting, I assume an ode to Bach? (like Villa Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras?) I am playing Bach's invention and I doesn't sound much like this, but I suppose it was creatively composed like many of the pieces by Bach
The Sarabande does have a dancing feel to it, so I think the character of the piece has been achieved through the phrasing. These are some good performances, if the first seven are any indication the rest of the set should be worth listening to!