Let me start by saying that you are doing an amazing job with this piece. You don't seem to have any technical problems with the trickiest parts of this Allemande and the lines flow just right one after the other.
I've been playing this piece for sometime and I still find issues that need to be resolved. One that I'm working on (and that you seem to have already solved) is the squeaking I get with the last three chords in Part A. You do not squeak at all
and I suspect you are using Frank Koonce's fingering, which I recently became aware of.
Let me make a couple of suggestions on what you could do to take your work to the next level. First some note correction. I think I heard some wrong notes in three sections.
1.- Bar 2 after the base line phrase from B to B,the next 3 pitches are E D E. I think you repeat E three times instead.
2.- Bar 5 the last four pitches don't sound quite right, but I can't point out exactly what the problem is. Check it out.
3.- Bar 16 The first pitch is G. I think you play something else.
OK. My first suggestion is that, at this stage, you need to slow down. If you play it much more slowly, you will be able to focus on bringing out the various voices. You can do this first by identifying the beginning and end of each phrase. For example, the very first phrase seems to be composed of the first 14 pitches with the stick up. Think of that as one unit, "breathe" (a very slight pause) and then move onto the second phrase.
My second (and last) piece of advice would be to slow down with the last four pitches at the very end of the piece.
All the best to you and I look forward to your next recording