All the way from the beginning. There's too much to comment on, but let's make a start.
Starr Keys: this kind of music is very fitting for a piano bar! Your voice goes well with the music. It reminds me of the 60s, which is way before my time, but you hear it in movies sometimes.
Wouter79: all those ornamentations sound pretty hard to play. You got them well under your fingers.
Slpianoproject: getting ahead, huh? Nice teaser for the upcoming themed recital.
Ladypayne: your Winnie the Pooh makes me happy
Casinitaly: it would not let me listen to your piece.
Saranoya: your BurgmÃ¼ller and your new piano sound great!
BillM: beautiful! I think your singing may deserve better recording equipment.
Newman: so short, but I'm sure Michelle got the message! I prefer the instrumental version. You could do both; open with an instrumental verse, then sing from the next.
SwissMS: this is excellent background music, thank you.
Amaruk: love your music and your videos. This one does not disappoint.
Mark...: sounds pretty simply, looks simply pretty. Nice submission.
Riddler: I'd lean more toward Schubert than Bach, but what do I know!
Elssa: sorry to hear about your cat. She looks beautiful in that picture. I imagine her laying on top of your piano while you play, then lazily reaching forward to help with the ending.
Augustina: the noise isn't too distracting. These modern phones seem to pick up mostly the main sound, close by, anyway.
Teodor: this was barely audible.
ElleC: the name on the box file is confusing! Good job on this Clementi piece. This really is a lot better than nursery rhymes, isn't it?
Codi: this piano sounds... different, but it goes well with this type of music. Don't need any pp here.