I actually found one which was a live performance. I believe the one you uploaded was more a computer generated midi. ( I got this one from the e-piano competition.)
The MIDI file which I originally posted earlier in this thread (Post2959583
) is exactly the same source MIDI file as you're using, and I too found it online from exactly the same e-piano competition
also. Pretty much the first google search result.
You are erroneously claiming my MIDI file was computer generated / sequenced and erroneously claiming yours is better because it was played by a "human" when in fact they are the exact same human performance taken from Igor Andreev in the e-piano competition, except that I have merely increased the rather slow opening BPM tempo so it roughly matched the performance tempo of Jose Menor in the YouTube link, because that sound is what we're trying to mimic here. I also pushed my VST velocity curve a little while rendering to bring Igor's softer playing up nearer to Jose's stronger touch. However I can still hear both MIDI files are the one and the same from the rhythmic phrasing and other characteristics.
Jose's faster tempo might be better / more accurate because elsewhere on YouTube there's a reproduction of composer himself playing it, via a 1916 pianola roll, which is similar.