Thanks for the comments Stu.
I think the rendition of #6 is not as "rumbustious" as it could be. (Sorry - I could not resist the temptation to use that word, which appears in the description of Liadov's Piano Pieces and which I'd never seen before today. But I'm not saying this just to use the word.)
Yeah, a wonderful word and it nicely describes many of Liadov's mazurkas. No.6 feel I feel as more wistful and elegant, so less rumbustiousnes here (or should that be 'rumbust' ? ).
BTW: His dates are 1855-1914 (according to Wikipedia). Is it a lot of trouble to put that in his bio? You know, "Anatoly Liadov (1855-1914) was a ".
Good point ! No idea why I did not add the date when creating the page. It's done.