Here are the Studies I've learned and committed to memory since I bought my book back in January:
Opus 60 No. 22 (beautiful. Makes me think of the A mazon Jungle. Look for my thread in the "Cafe" and you'll understand!)
Opus 35 No. 22 (also beautiful. I believe this is the one you mentioned?
Opus 35 No. 8 (this one makes me think of a dance in a meadow on a spring day)
Opus 31 No. 5 (a cheerful half and a mournful half.)
Opus 31 No. 8 (beautiful. challenging.) I am going to play this one at the Guitar Society tomorrow!
And I am in the process of memorizing this one:
Opus 31 No.14 (beautiful. sounds like a lullaby)
I sight read from my book (Mel Bay's "Complete Sor Studies") every day and at the same time I look for my next victim. So many of them are truly gems. Many of them are way too hard for me! But I can tell that my reading and playing are getting much better.
My neighbor who is a pianist (and whom I play these pieces for ocassionally to make sure I really know them well enough to perform in public) says that she can't understand why this composer and these studies aren't so much better known to the wider world. She told me that the same quality of works by other composers (for the piano, say) wouldn't be "studies" at all, they would be pieces in their own right, and would all have names and be so well-known that the general public would know the tunes and be able to hum some of them! You know, like almost anyone could hum some of Bach's tunes.
Anyway, which ones have you learned, Metaguitar, and which ones are you currently working on?