This can be an invaluable resource if you listen carefully.
I can't tell how much is the fault of the piano(tuning and/or voicing), the recording, or your own, but the tone on your recording is very harsh. I suspect that a lot of the fault is the piano's but you should still try and play the pieces as beautifully as possible on whatever instrument you have available.
In the middle section, I think you play a lot of triplets as if they were an eighth followed by two 16ths.
Re: Frédéric Chopin - Mazurka in G minor, Op. 67 No. 2 - 11/07/1205:21 PM
Thanks for your comments. I completely agree with everything you said. I tried to record this piece on the best available device I had at the time - a phone, behind all the noise clipping and distortion caused by poor quality, there are few sections where you can hear that the tone is not forced, or harsh.
Rhythmically, I had noticed that I did articulate the triplets differently, with a sort of swing feel, I do understand that is... Not accepted, but for recording purposes, not meant to be taken in specific detail, rather a broad overview, I intentionally made it that way, I just preferred it better that way at the time, even if it was very wrong by Chopin. :P
The same goes for the Acciaccaturas, which... actually sound quite bad the way I did it...