It's nicely expressive and the nuances come across. I do think there are points where the sound is a little "swimmy" (typically in the treble, around the octave from C5 upwards). I'm not sure if it's specific notes or not. The dynamic range is good. The creaks could do with being removed but aren't especially detrimental to the overall positive effect.
Yeah, there seemed to be parts where the sound seemed sort of over-resonant and vibrate-y; hopefully it's due to my recording mics rather than the piano. Thanks for the compliments on the range and the expressiveness though.
I don't have/know much Faure. I enjoyed listening to your recording. I listen over my laptop's speakers, so I don't hear some of the noises others have mentioned. Thanks for the post.
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it.
I had a listen to your recording of this Faure Nocture. I think you give a very good account of this piece. I think your new piano sounds nice and the phrasing and dynamics seemed to create a atmospheric, searching type mood. I like the ending, it seems to wrap the piece up with no remaining lose ends.
Enjoyed hearing this,
Hm, your view of the piece seems similar to mine. I'm glad you picked up the 'atmospheric, searching type mood' as well from the interpretation. I'm also with you with the ending, that revelatory rise and fall is quite the memorable inspiration that seems to encompass both the tender and despairing parts of the piece. Thanks for the comments; glad you liked it.