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I'm not familiar with the piece, but it sounds like you rushed it a bit.
Take more lessons with someone who can help you with dynamics and tempo control. You have great emotion in your playing and you don't have difficulty freeing yourself from the 'strictly technical' side of the music (which can be good for Lizst) but I really think you aren't keeping the basics in there. Highly interpretive pieces loose cohesion if you don't stick to the basics. I listened to your Beethoven and Back pieces as well and these are common themes in your playing.The Pathetique needs to be slower with greater attention to dynamics I think.Invention #4 is a great piece (I played a cello/bass duetted version of it for a composition class in high school) but you need to focus through the tempo! It sounds like you're loosing interest in pieces and 'performing' them just before they're ready to be performed. The entire point of this work is to teach you rhythm and fingering technique. If you cannot play it in a metronomic manner, you didn't succeed.Finally Prelude 1 in C minor you run into a similar problem. The arpeggiated nature of the song frees you to play with the tempo and rhythm a bit more, but Bach has certain rules around this. It also means the song gets terribly boring if you ignore the dynamics. You have a good start but it'd be worth your while I think to focus on dynamics in a song like this. Play around with them, see what you like. Listen to at least three other performances of the piece by different artists and see what they do differently. This will give you an idea about where you would like to go with your performance.The audio seems to be better on some than others. I'd recommend if you're going to post something like this to youtube, don't have seriously high expectations of the audio but do the best you can. It seems like you may not have a teacher and meeting with an experienced musician every few weeks would greatly improve your playing. You obviously have a lot of talent and you have potential for true professionalism with a little more focus. Great job!
Thanks for your comments.