I keep coming back to this video. It's fun, it's exciting, it's expressive, it's... not easy, I just think it's a really good personal interpretation of this type of music. I don't think I do find it "rushed" - it does have a rushing, driving feel (which is a bit different from T. Ghazzini's interpretation) but I think that works - including the way it runs into the next section - it is called Grande Amore after all...
Ed was kind enough to give me a couple of hints and some encouragement a few months ago and I could tell from what he said that he knew his stuff. Anyway I've had a lot of enjoyment from this one so I'm looking forward to the third instalment.
(Glen, you asked if the music was readily available, and surprisingly the answer's yes, free and legal on here: http://www.novalis-music.com/Prodotto.c ... ccolta=160
complete with free downloads of backing tracks... But I'll post about Novalis Music later on.)