LOL that was exactly what I was thinking XD
Ahh, so we have both come to the realisation that, you know, this part would be infinitely easier if we had six fingers. Which we do not. Thus making that little figure not pianistic (debatable) at all. Though it's played by a piano in the real thing, so how the heck does that work?!! Urrgh. Painful decisions.
Haha, i've got so much to rant about this buuut nah. It's still a beautiful arrangement ^^
I guess that's just a perpetual problem of mine where I need to take a few moments to think about what I'm going to play next before I do it
Hmm. In a typical Singaporean piano lesson this would be slammed as unfamiliarity aaand you'd go home feeling sad that you didn't practice more. But bleh, don't we all hate practicing? :p
That being said, I think that part (the A minor bit) warranted at least some working. ^^ It's quite tough because the left hand spreads much wider. And the right hand gives you not much time to look at your left hand.
Also, this part might sting a little, apologies for that - I also noticed that you paused just a tiny bit before the high sparkles (for the lack of a better/less lazy expression) in the opening section. The pause is a little unnatural, but what I see in a kinda blanket-judgment way is over-carefulness. Your last finger's already on the D pedal point, soooo you don't really have to check to ensure that. I'm guessing that the way you naturally read this was to position your left hand, then check your right hand, then play. Which is kinda okay, but since you're speed-reading, you could have a tiny little more confidence in your left-hand positioning, especially since you made compromises to ensure your accuracy. Basically, focus on your right hand and take the liberty to play the left-hand blind. Maybe give it a shot when you have time; it's a useful skill (playing parts blind) that we as performers have to develop at some point, so yeah ^^
However, this reason is morely due to the fact that my fingers are so long that if I tried doing 5-x-1-3-2-1 then on the next arpeggio my pinky would overshoot the root note
"Fingers are so long
That being said, curl up your finger for that. Hehe. It's a standard technique - give it a spin ^^
Did you like the delay though? I couldn't quite get the right rhythm so I settled on something that seemed pretty close. I even added some stereo imaging for further sparkle
I didn't notice the delay! ^^ I did like the sound though. So you did a good job
Can't judge the stereo effects because I didn't use earphones. Maybe I'll give it another listen soon and come back to you on that ^^
Hope all the comments helped!