Thank you for your comment Powderedtoastman
I recall you have already commented on my videos/recordings.
Perhaps finding a way to "warm" it up for the minor section would be a nice interpretive touch, to make it sound a bit ominous through that stretch, then you can go back to being more resolute and march-like once you circle back around on the D.S. or D.C. or whatever it is.
I agree with you in the sense that I need to bring more contrast in the B part in E Minor. I feel this part as like a very sad narration, so I will concentrate my work on giving unity and more expressiveness to the sadness of this part.
In the A part at the 9 th and 10 th measures there are two dominants on the up-bit following a down-beat that are immediately followed by a tonic. Those are tricky to play. I need to practice a lot to play this part naturally, In the recording I shared I missed those measures and put an accent on the last tonic...
I also want to try to bring a climax in the part A and part B.
Still lot of work, but I am looking forward to see my interpretation progress, and hope to bring something more refined next time.