I listened to it before watching Fabio's discussion of it (first time I've heard him speak his native tongue!). I found it rich, sensuous, individual, colourful. Usually pieces with microtones and/or effects put me off in a big way, but here the resources were used effectively - just enough.
It certainly goes somewhere - I can't understand how the three part structure could be missed.
The recorded sound, the visuals and the performance I thought were super. I didn't see a single gesture of the player's that seemed out of place.
Even thinking about predicting whether or not the piece will become and remain part of the repertoire, is surely wholly misplaced. More listenings and indeed, other interpretations, would be needed before that would be a meaningful exercise. One might assume, on the record of other, somewhat similar, compositions that it will fail to do so; but the process whereby a strange piece can become comprehensible, come into mental focus, through familiarity should teach us not to be too sure without awaiting the test of time.
Simon Ambridge Series 40 (2005)
Trevor Semple Series 88 (1992)
Louis Panormo (1838)
Alexander Batov Baroque Guitar (2013)