Yeah, I am still at home at the moment (holidays), but when I am at Uni I will be able to record on Steinway's (I intend to buy a mini-disc player and a new microphone before then)
And the Rach is quite a bit slower, I think because I was concentrating too much on the left hand and I need to practise it a little more. Definitely speed is one of my goals. Oh and the reading errors was actually a mistake, I played Ab instead of A naturals (I think I know where you mean) and an Ab major chord in the right hand instead of C minor. My memory was playing up obviously
And the Alborada, well it's very sketchy as you say - fortunately, already since I made the recording I have seen improvement (especially in the middle section with left hand octaves and right hand rolled chords and turns..). I must say though, that the digital piano doesn't help. I think I can make the sound a lot better if I experimented with the recording levels a bit, it has an awful lot of distortion because its overloading my little mp3 player.
The double note glissando is the most frustrating thing I have ever played though! Thanks for the critique, I will bear this in mind (and it looks like you didn't hold back so I have plenty to work on