Thank you for your comments everybody and for putting it up on the site, Monica.
One of Liszt's best Schubert transcriptions, and your playing is very nice. I have reservations about the opening bars before the melody enters. I know they are marked staccato in the rh, but I would interpret that as an indication of touch, rather than playing them in the completely detached way you choose. Still, Horowitz played it that way, and who am I to query?
I think the staccato imitates the sound of a finger-picked guitar, which is what Schubert may have had in mind. If I get this idea across, is a different question, though
I have now listened to some random recordings of both the original Schubert lied and the Liszt arrangement and it seems that quite a few pianists avoid the staccato. However, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau's pianist doesn't and I find this interpretation quite convincing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vn1jSZFaJyw
Many thanks again.