No. Segovia recorded the "Pavana in A minor" in 1948, along with two Milan pavanas. And he recorded the Sanz "Gallarda" on his Maestro LP for Decca in 1960 or so. But that's all he did from Sanz.
The "Suite Española" is a made-up concatenation of pieces by Sanz, and does not exist as a cohesive manuscript work. Until Rodrigo's "Fantasia par un Gentilhombre" came in 1954, no one paid much attention to Sanz. I believe Narciso Yepes was the first to pull together a solo guitar suite, which he somewhat structured in parallel to the "Fantasia", selecting movements which also are in that work, and both works ending with the flamenco-ized "Canarios". Pepe and Angel Romero also recorded a "Suite Española", but the movements are not contiguous with what Yepes chose, though once again they all end with a full-blooded "Canarios". Diaz, Parkening, and others made their own versions as well.
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