Honestly, "Canarios" is a poor representative example of baroque guitar music. It's a fine piece, but rather atypical for the genre.
To my ears, the many Suites by Robert de Visee are "the best". That's probably a matter of personal preference versus an objective statement! Francesco Corbetta wrote a large number of pieces; these don't "translate" so well to the modern style guitar, so don't get played as much. Likewise for the compositions of Francois Campion. In Italy, Ludovico Roncalli composed nine full Suites for the BG, and there are several recordings of these. The Bohemian nobleman Johan Anton von Logy wrote quite a few suites and partitas.
Going back to Spain, both Francesco Guerau and Santiago de Murcia have a number of very nice pieces.
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