Yeah, I knew you will record that g minor ballade ,Pianolady, and thank you that you did!
For me it is still 6/4 clock you played in the moderato part, combined with a pretty strong rubato so that the first and 4th beat is prolonged. That is personal taste, but I would call it neither strange or jerky.
Yes, you played it sensitive and with good dynamics both in the soft and strong parts. You have really good technique too, otherwise you would not have managed to play that surely no easy piece. Especially I like your accord playing in the middle part, right hand - up to now I don't get it that smooth. I bet you play the chords not with thumb and pinky, instead thumb and switching fingers for the upper note to get it legato. Since I practise it too, there is so much to say, I like to discuss it further via pmail instead to highjack this forum, if its ok for you.
Bet you can beat Mindenblues to it, providing us a benchmark recording
Hehe, hopefully we can beat each other to further diligent practising on this Chopin masterpiece, in order to place some more recordings on this ballade to the already existing live recording (what is played with lots of passion even if it contains some wrong notes too). That is anyhow the great thing from the PianoSociety: it helps to practise a bit more to get hopefully something useful to record anytime, to share it here. At least in my case it happens so, but will take at least a month or two or three, to come up with my take on this ballade.
Thank you for sharing, and it hopefully will not be the last recording on this ballade from you, Pianolady!