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:
Well, I've tried to heed this advice. I've also attempted to make it more dramatic, as others suggested.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.
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.