Allesandro, that was very nice, but if you don't mind, I have a few comments.
Which edition did you use? I know for certain that Sor did not write a low bass note on the first beat of bar 3. Editors have done some bizarre things to poor Fernando's music over the years. If you like Sor, I suggest you find out what he actually wrote, and for that I only recommend the editions by Tecla.
You split many two-note chords, for instance the very first beat of the first bar. Segovia would do that as well sometimes, so you are in good company. But if it is done too often, one begins to wonder if it is an aesthetic decision or the result of a technical issue. I suggest you are doing it too often for Sor's early classical period.
There are other things, but I'll only mention one. Sor marked this study as Allegretto. Most people ignore that and play it in a romantic way. I suggest trying it a little faster, and less romantic, and try to separate the melody from the accompaniment more.
I'll shut up now