Thanks David and Andreas for the feedback.
This is a first hearing for me, but I believe this is a beautiful and very evocative composition. I believe that you play it most effectively and convincingly. These days it's scary that I no longer have to "stretch my ears" to listen to modern music.
Ear stretching is such a gradual process - almost imperceptible if you tread carefully through the repertoire. I well remember a time that I found Bartok, Prokofiev and Stravinsky much too modern to listen to. As for Takemitsu, he was mostly self-taught and though he was much influenced by Debussy and Messiaen he was his own man and did not strive to be modern for the sake of it.
that´s a piece with an interesting and contemplative harmonic atmosphere. I couldn´t find the score of it so I can not judge how you play it, but I can imagine, that most of it will be right here.
It sounds expressively and subtle played to me. Continue with playing contemporary music! I like that.
Yes, most of it is right here
Except for one very awkward bar where I dropped some notes (but I've heard that happen in other performances too).
Sure, I'll keep eyes and ears open for more contemporary music (as long as it sounds nice and is not hellishly difficult).