Thanks for the reply and comments. And, thanks for not being too harsh!
The point is that I really do this only for fun. I've not completely progressed beyond my love of stills, Lightroom, Photoshop, HDR, etc. I like to have "old school" prints on the wall. So, selfishly, in a travel video, I put in stills I like because I have them. I do agree that it would be better video if it was all video. But until something changes, my video does not have the detail or dynamic range of RAW stills.
The stained glass shots are crappy. I agree. In the moments I was there, I failed at getting it right. The attempt was to demonstrate how enormous the windows were and still be detailed. The zoom idea might have worked if I had had a "real camcorder" with smooth zoom. The Panasonic 14-140 won't zoom smoothly, no matter what I try.
You are right about the music. That Bach piece has been a favorite since I first heard it (yes, fifty years ago). You can't believe how exited I was to hear it live being played on one of the worlds largest and best organs. The tears in my eyes made it a big success to find the record button with no warning whatsoever. I heard the first couple of notes, recognized it and panicked. I would have given anything for a proper Zoom recorder. For the video, the best I could think of was to use my favorite part of the much larger piece. Unfortunately, I will be struggling hard at finding location/culture appropriate sound for the next cities. Actual sound track is terrible because I'm always shooting in a group of tourists saying stupid things. I'll work at that "artful cut out of music middle parts".
I do know about and use the Vimeo settings. Since most of my audience is close family and close friends, the thumbnail is appropriate. For many of them, she is the only important part of anything I shoot.
For the record, she is not 49 years old. We found each other at a college drinking party when she was 18. It was a "hell of a party". A few years later we were still to young, but got married anyway. We have been married for 49 years. You do the math. It continues to be a lovely adventure!!
Back to technology, cameras and video..... Tallinn, Estonia is in the can and coming. St. Petersburg, Iceland and the others are still not past the first accept/reject stage. I have about 70 GB of stuff to work on.