There's a few reading mistakes (I think) in your Dowland recording:
The last beat of m1, m5 etc: the middle note in the chord is an 'a', not 'c#'
The bass note in the first the beat of m12 is an 'f#', not 'b', so it seems that you have a tendency to play some notes one string higher than you should, although the fret position is correct.
It's also very important for this piece to mute the open bass strings, so that they don't sound much over their duration, because the harmonic structure of the piece will suffer from that. Therefore I suggest that the next time you study this piece, play it very slowly and concentrate on the right hand damping. It's not too difficult to do, but it takes some dedicated practice.
You managed to bring out the melody quite nice, despite the rhythmic mistakes that Mark mentioned. Good job!
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