Lovely capture. Very mellifluous and detailed. It's the kind of music I like to hear when I need a few moments of peace... a not unusual need, these days.
The video is very nice as well... with but one quibble: be sure to level static camera(s) so as to provide either a "true" horizontal element to "fix" the horizon, or a "plumb" vertical element (especially if you're wide and the actual horizontal is "bowed" by lens distortion) to reduce the feeling that the frame is skewed... Off-plumb vertical elements (like the candle stand) only add to the problem when they tilt as the one in your closeup does. One's brain "forgives" something like the candle stand if there is a "plumb" point of reference elsewhere in the frame. Hand-held acquisition allows a bit more lee-way, as there is usually nothing "fixed" and there's inevitable movement within the frame.
Of course, that all goes away when I lean back in the comfy chair and close my eyes to listen...