First off: comments for those that have already posted:
Tom: overall well played! There was the note duration problem that someone mentioned earlier. The one other thing I noticed is that it appears that you have a lot of tension in your right thumb. The joint closed to your nail appears fully extended. Extra tension can cause fatigue and fatigue can lead to errors, pain, frustration, war... Anyway. Other than that I was very impressed with what you were able to accomplish in only 1 week!
Will: In the practice piece you seemed to have some difficulty playing the notes simultaneously. However, on the French piece you seemed to have no trouble at all! Oh, Susanna, had several paired notes that were fractionally miss timed. Some room for improvement, but no bad habits that I could see and a nice clear tone overall.
Stefan: In the first piece: It doesn't look like you dampened the bass notes. In Oh, Susanna I noticed some tension in your body- specifically in the left hand's little finger (5th finger, pinky finger). Also in the French piece and Oh, Susanna your head was very forward, I am guessing this is because your sheet music was below eye level. As a physiotherapist I cringe at that positioning and suggest raising the height of your sheet music to avoid a pain the neck
Hailil: Like, Bea, I noticed that the rhythm on Oh, Susanna was faster in some segments than in others. Delcamp recommends counting out loud, to develop an inner metronome. But let me be a bit of a delinquent and say that I find actual metronomes handy- as well as playing along with Delcamp video examples
And here are my samples from yesterdays and tonight's practices. I changed the fingering a bit. I'm nursing a very sore left hand that was injured two weeks ago. My fingers aren't quit up to the stretch needed to play the pieces as indicated. Also, some missed notes on the French piece, I feel like it took me so long to get the part in the box to sound smooth that I didn't have much time this past week to work on the rest of it!