Hehehe.. isn't Babelfish great
These are played with your customary skill, polish, and firm touch. The Chopin is lovely. I know I always go on about deliniating phrases, and you do that very consistently here. Yet I felt the long like suffering a bit because of it, as it seems to fall into small phrases now. Always difficult to find the perfect balance.
The Granados Anoranza is the first of the 6 Pieces on Popular Themes I mentioned before. I know it well so I can offer some ideas. It is overall on the slow and cautious side. The triplets in the LH should sound a bit more supple and casual (would be easier in a livelier tempo). I think you miss some notes in the LH there too, but I do not have the score in front of me. The decending RH arpeggios at 1:34 and 1:39 should span 2 octaves, I think there's an 8va...... marking there. There's some little slips in the RH but nothing distracting.
As in the Chopin, don't wait too long between phrases. The ending is beautifully done - you are always good in expansice sonorous passages.
This nostalgic piece does not necessarily need more 'fire', but it could be a little more flowing and relaxed. I feel that Spanish music always most sound supple and bouncy (Larrocha is the absolute master of that). But this is well done, you do have a talent for this music. I can well imagine you getting into the spirit wearing your tortilla