Inspired by the "Let's Learn Sor's Opus 60 together" thread in the Public Space section, here is my quick performance of number 12, which is actually one of my favorites in the early half of this opus.
I have a weekly volunteer gig where I sit in a lobby and play for passers-by for two hours, and so I decided to get into these beginner/intermediate Sor studies along with the similar ones from Carcassi and Carulli in order to quickly ramp up to having two hours' worth of repertoire that I could play without repeating anything.
I really love these Sor studies especially because beyond being technical exercises to teach a beginner, they really are miniature pieces of music. If you stop and try to listen to these pieces in your head with the voice of an opera singer, they really come alive, and I think that could help with our guitar interpretations. These from Sor just have a slight over Carcassi+Carulli in that regard, at least for the very simplest ones. Then get to the more complicated ones and it's something else entirely!
Well, perhaps that's enough rambling. I don't want to spam this forum section so I won't post every time I have an entry from this opus, but I will form a playlist on my YT channel perhaps! I hope you enjoy!
EDIT: Here's my playlist... so this post is the home for my Op. 60 performance rather than continuing to make new threads.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... Lb8ZhSTBor