Great to have this Falla dance, and a good performance. Although I'd like it a bit more macho and strutting, the crescendi more menacing, the dynamics more extreme. It all sounds a little timid (perhaps it's partly the acoustic), and the power of the ending should probably be achieved by weight rather than increasing speed. A nice touch to play the reprise in a sort of hazy legato hush. Quite effective, though it loses the strumming guitar effect.
The other dance in the Tres Picos that is regularly played is the 'Danse des Voisins' (Dance of the Neighbours). Also a lovely piece, and a very effective and grateful transcription (Falla was a real master in that). You'r enot going to record that one then ? There's more great bits and pieces in the ballet but these are the only two that are not connected to other movements and can be played stand-alone witjout changes.
I've never cared much for General Lavine - whatever humour Debussy has is usually lost on me and I love him more if he doesn't try to be funny. So, for others to offer more detailed comments. But you play it well and it sounds as if you really enjoyed it. The last 11 bars ('Animez') seem a little sloppy and rushed compared to the rest.
This Bach P+F is a strange pair, the exuberant and overlong prelude with its short and subdued fugue. IMO the Prelude could have been a bit faster (perhaps omitting the repeats as well) and the fugue a bit slower, that would restore the balance a bit. Some tiny slips in the prelude, but very good for a live recording (so easy to make these stupid slips that you never make at home...) The fugue sounded a bit tentative, more authotity and weight is needed here (easier at a slower tempo). Shame about the confusion at the end. This is like playing with someone, getting out of sync, and trying for a while to catch up with the partner. You handled that well, kept on playing po-faced and dealt with it. That's the spirit, and all's well that ends well.
All in all then, a quality recital. Shall we put everything up, or just the Falla and Debussy ? The Bach is imperfect, but there are worse fumbles to be found on the site (especially among my recordings