Nice job Duang - I like how you varied your strumming on Saltaren, and the way you finished the piece too.
You did a good job on Packington's Pound. A couple minor twangs at the end and a small slip earlier, but I'm sure you know that. To my ear, though, the tuning sounds a bit flat. Unfortunately it's probably way too late to check it - it may have changed anyway by now. But it did sound a bit flat.
Haris, can you clarify your comment about how the melody line should be "distinguished"? It appears you mean that it should be played louder than the bass line, is that right? I do note that M. Delcamp plays the bass notes more softly in the measures you listed, though the sheet music does not specifically call for it, at least, not that I can tell. I did notice that he played the bass notes fairly boldly elsewhere in the piece, and not just in that middle section where it all is played quite boldly.
A final note - I did not realize until looking it up that, according to Wikipedia, "In the major Romance and Slavic languages, the syllables Do (Ut for the French), Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, and Si are used to name notes the same way that the letters C, D, E, F, G, A, and B are used to name notes in English."
I mention that because I am always a bit puzzled when you or someone else refers to notes like Si, Mi, Sol, etc. I knew they referred to notes, but I didn't know that was perhaps a more common way to refer to them outside of English-speaking countries. I thought it was merely an old-fashioned way of referring to them. I should have known based on the subtitles M. Delcamp often gives pieces (such as "en sol majeur"). I guess the English language forum lulled me into a sense of complacency.