Yes Endecha has a great leap or two in it for sure. Strangely, I find Endecha easier to play than Oremus--although I don't have either where I want them. Worse yet, I started trying to play Oremus before I was ready and now I have the old frustration embedded in my muscle memory. If I slow it way down it helps to play it legato, but who knows where I'll end up with it tempo wise. I think my problem is that I want to give the bass notes equal time value as the melody line, for some reason. I want the bass notes to have equal emphasis and yet it's not written that way. I know this is stupid but there you have it. You play the bass notes quick and crisp like they're written. And now I'm off to play it that way!
However I can't see Oremus being allegro! although the shifts seem allegro...Tarrega was inspired by nuns praying...I don't think nuns pray allegro.
Paul Weaver spruce 2014