Bach e flat major WTC1:
The prelude you played with firm rhythm, and the run in bars 8 and 9 comes out very well. In general the right hand is louder, maybe due to your recording tool placement. However, the first bars are like answer and reply to me for right and left hand, and the left hand could come stronger to enhance that effect. Beside some minor slips, like in bar 40, the prelude sounds very well to me.
The fugue: my first impression was that you play it very lively and I asked myself whether you are able to come through that piece with that tempo. Yes, you managed it, congratulations for that! Not an easy thing - one should not think that 3 voice fugues are easier than 4 voice fugues. Sometimes quite the opposite. The 2 voice e minor fugue I find more difficult than the 5 voice b minor fugue e.g.
However, what was no big issue for the prelude, I have to niggle that the right hand is almost always in foreground in the fugue. The fugue theme has some nice accents, and the goal should be of course to remember that theme throughout the piece, regardless whether right or left hand. If the theme is in the left hand or inner voice, you should try to put the right hand more in the background and let the theme shine. I recognize that you do it sometimes, but it can and should be even stronger.
I know that I give an advice what I am mostly not able to realize myself in my Bach fugue playing attempts. Nevertheless, maybe it would be better to play the fugue a little bit slower but with strong emphasis at least on the fugue theme going through the 3 voices.
To give every voice an own distinct color is in my opinion something wat even the best piano players don't do. But at least, if the theme appears, it should come out clear, regardless whether played with right or left hand or feets or nose (I have the feeling that all body parts which are able to hit a key are needed sometimes on those fugues...)
But hey, you don't go through the complete WTC1, don't you? Please take the WTC2 first and give me a chance for WTC1...
Liadov: Nice romantic piece, and I disagree with the opinion that it is too loud. I also heard lots of dynamics. Maybe exxageration towards loud, but even more towars soft here and there would turn the piece from very well to beautiful playing. Of course, professional recording technique helps too, and sometimes I have the opinion that they manipulate the dynamics after the recording. Have you heard Barenboim's WTC1 recording? There must be something artificial in that regarding dynamic enhancements.
Thank you for sharing!