Hopefully I'm not breaking any rules or deserving of a reprimand for posting these two previously posted pieces, but I felt the need to do it. Schumann, Novelette No. 4: There was some terrible clipping and the recording input level was overall just too loud when I originally posted this. Olaf said:That's playing with great spirit and dynamics - I think you captured the mood of the piece (my score has the german title "Ballmaessig, sehr munter") very well.The recording itself is overdriven, maybe that's the reason that it sounds very sharp, from forte to ffff, with no mellow soft tones." It is up on the site like that. I re-recorded it for myself and hopefully it sounds better. Take a listen if you please. Brahms, Intermezzo: I also re-recording this one for myself following the suggestions of PS members. "Pianolady"helped me a lot with her suggestions since she had recently performed this Intermezzo. I corrected the tempo on the slow chordal section and tried to follow some of the other dynamics more carefully. Also this post doesn't "hiss" as much as the one on the site. Is it any better? Brahms - Op.118 no.2, Intermezzo Schumann - Op.21, Novelletten, IV. Ballmässig. Sehr munter.