With this thread having been revived after four years*, I can say that I have found some Rodrigo music which is genuinely "fairly easy" to play.
The piece is a published transcription (by Pepe Romero) of a six-movement piano work, "El Album de Cecilia", written by Rodrigo for his daughter. The first four movements are quite accessible for players of modest ability, and if played in the sequence 1-3-4-2 would make a good stand-alone set of about 5-6 minutes' music. The 5th movement is rather more difficult, with an ostinato bass figure throughout which is similar to his setting of "Ya se van los Pastores". As for the 6th movement? Well, let's just say that I am sure glad that Pepe Romero thinks it is playable on guitar!
Tough sledding for the rest of us!
There's a CD of this suite on piano, played by Artur Pizarro. He plays it quite rapidly, too fast I think.
*A personal perspective: a few days after my prior post on this topic, my daughter announced she was pregnant. My grandson's 4th birthday is tomorrow. "How time flies", etc.