Good tone, The biggest thing I notice is the unsteady rhythm, get that under control and you're mostly done with it.
Bear in mind that Pavanas V and VI are meant as a pair, a Tanz und Nachtanz in the German tradition, or even a very primitive Pavan and Galliard -- at least conceptually. Both have a basic theme offered, with two subsequent "variations" for lack of a better description. Milan states these are based on Italian songs, the title of the song for Pavana V being "Qua la bella franceschina", which I at least can sing very easily to the first line of the open section.
Salt Lake City, UT
First person to complete the Delcamp "Let's Learn Sor's Opus 60" project