Well, you've certainly jumped in with both feet! Welcome to the forum!
You note in your YouTube comments that you found the process of recording rather nerve-wracking. The more you do it, the easier it gets, as you let your attention move away from the distraction of imagined criticism by some ethereal invisible audience to the deliberate task (and joy) of making music.
There are some who would say that if you are worried about making mistakes, then you don't know it well enough, yet. This could be true. I think it is obvious, though, that you do know about the deliberate task (and joy) of making music!
As to feedback about the performance, I'll start with a little, and hopefully you'll get more useful stuff from others. I like the way you take your time with the opening statements. Perhaps you could shape the drama a little more definitively with a contrast in dynamics, there. I am not suggesting big contrast--rather, subtle contrast. It needs a certain ebb and flow, I think, which is probably there when you are not so concerned with "making mistakes," huh?
If I were you, I would imagine myself as a choral conductor there, and make my fingers breathe a little more song into the phrases.
Still, this was easy to listen to! Thanks for sharing!