Lesson about Chord Left, Agnes Obel

Step 1 - Step 2 - Step 3 - Step 4 - Step 5

STEP 6

The version of Richard Mc Veigh, but with an option for small hands in measure 49:
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STEP 5

The beautiful version of Richard McVeigh, but your left hand needs to reach G - D - Bb (measure 49), mine doesn't:
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STEP 4

A version with two hands, but not satisfying totally:
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STEP 3

And the next day I discovered that I had to add these red notes:

STEP 2

In my ears the original is more like this:

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STEP 1

The piece sounds very 'simple'. On this page you'll find that simple version. But there are other notes in the piece which I don't understand yet how to play them.
As in measure 22. Is it with or without the e's? I can't reach the bass notes properly, can I leave them?
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About the left hand fingering of the measure 17 fragment:

These are two options to play the notes of the C and Em chords in measures 17-18.
The second way my hand is switching earlier to the place of the next chord by using another finger: