Thanks Chris and Robert for your comments; the triplets are a bit quick. They sound okay but I will be careful of this in the future, I can hear it in my recording of "Granada" too. They should be played melodicaly as well as technically; I guess I like these triplet figures that abound in Mazurkas and Spanish music to "snap", but they don't always have to do that. I will slow some of them down.
Yes Chris, I play quite a few wrong notes!
But you guys don't get to hear them
Perhaps someday you will hear me play live, you'll hear the wrong the notes, but they are not so noticeable in a concert due to acoustics and the real time experience of hearing music live, that indefineable communication between the audience and performer that occurs in person. Recordings are a different bag, the sound is more vivid and mistakes are more evident. All this recording has been good for my playing, it's made it more precise and it's made me more disciplined. If you make a mistake in concert you MUST go on, in a recording you MUST stop. I feel like I'm in school again, but I am the teacher now
Not that I am easy on myself, quite the contrary...