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First harmonic analysis, is it accurate?

I don't usually upload a harmonic analysis. But I decided to do so for Rondo a Cappricio. I was wondering, do I have the key changes in the right place? Is my Roman numeral analysis for each of the keys accurate(I had to use lyrics for the Roman numeral analysis and framed staff text for the key changes, not ideal but it's okay)?

I went to the first phrase of the Bb major section and then decided to upload it. I am still analyzing the rest of the piece, but what do you think of my harmonic analysis so far? Here is the link:

https://musescore.com/user/50070/scores/5667301

Am confused...

backstory: I was fooling around on musescore and I made a piece(wow am i rightXD) but I have no clue how to categorize this piece, its giving me alot of anxiety cause I don't know what it is, its not finished(not intending to cause its weird). I am so unqualified for identifying genres after like the 1600s, if someone could help me with this uncomfortable struggle that'd be a lot of help thanks!

Edit:also is there a genre that no piece fits in? just curious
 
https://musescore.com/user/2760916/scores/5665218

Back again with those bops(dont evenXD)

So like, another story, its really short, one of my music teachers before the break asked me to compose a piece for him after hearing that I wrote music, so Im planning on sending him this when its done(just probably simple ternary or something the A part is finished) but this is also an idea to what i refer as non-paradigm music and something that shouldnt exist Ie a song thats 100 hours long written by a 5 year old, probably should get back to that clarinet concerto...*wink wink*(cough definitely not promoting my future music here)
Heres the link to the song that defines my style, something along those lines
 
https://musescore.com/user/2760916/scores/5665910