Hey unforgiven --- a good effort and not terrible - and I'll probably sound like a broken record or something --- but I really really think you should just slow it down to a point where you can work all the way throuh evenly.
We all do this as we begin (or re begin) a piece or study (or even an exercise)- really. For example... look/listen at the Carcassi study that's been done by guitartim, me and tomc....
watch tim's video here...
You can also either watch my video on that same page
listen to my mp3 - and then tomc's mp3 - here...
Point is that we're all just at different stages of remembering this piece and we each play it at a speed we're comfortable with. Now - I actually think tomc's is a bit too fast for Andantino (seems to be pushing the upper end of Moderato) but so what - it's a study
and he's got it nailed so the additional speed is just gravy!
Take it slower and play it over and over and over ... up the metronome... and play it over and over and over ... you'll be really really happy with the results!! (I say all this as I try to add speed to the Chopin Oh well - do as I say - and not as I do