The way Carcassi has written it, with its many arpeggiated suspensions is very beautiful.
In response to my previous MP3 of this piece, Jouni Stenroos posted some helpful advice:
Jouni Stenroos wrote: This piece is seemingly simple, but it does have more to it. The constant conversation between two bass notes and two treble notes (bass notes on beats 4 & 1, trebles on 2 & 3). On each of the note pairs, one of them is more important than the other one. Feel those pairs and make them sing.
Well, I've tried to heed this advice. I've also attempted to make it more dramatic, as others suggested.
I play it a little slower than some, but feel this gives it a more romantic quality.
Please let me know what you think, whether positive or negative.