Transitional Level Players
Nocturne Op 4 No 2 Mertz played by Bradford Werner
This piece is deceptively simple but needs a lot of practice to play fluently. It is a beautiful piece and most suitable for performing before friends and family. I find it very enjoyable to play.
Romance by Mertz played by Stephen Law
This simple piece is one of my favourites as it allows for expression and volume changes.
Romance by Tarrega and Spanish Romance (anon) played by Yvonne Helkenberg
I have linked these two because they go well together as a performance piece.
The music by Tarrega is simple but contains barres that need to be practised to achieve smooth transitions. The second part of the famous Spanish Romance is difficult to play and is more of an Intermediate piece.
Here is the music score for Romance by Terrega
Etude Op 60 No 3 by Carcassi played by Edson Lopes
This piece can be a little repetitive and monotonous so it needs to be played with expression.
Here Scott Morris gives a lesson on how to play this Etude
Here are two other pieces that appear on my list, played here by Bradford Werner. He first plays the piece and then gives a lesson on how you should play it.
Study in C by Tarrega
Andante OP 60 No 14 by F. Sor
Study in C by F Tarrega
Ejecercicio No 9 by J Farre
Auld Lang Syne
In the bleak midwinter