WOW, Phil! What a job!
This has always been my all time favorite Scarlatti Sonata, ever since I first heard it on a Presti and Lagoya album.
I have tw transcriptions of it for solo guitar. One of which is by Sergio Abreu. He used two staves to write it! That was the first time I'd ever seen that since the Britten Nocturnal! Sergio played the piece, but he said he felt it was too much for one guitar and not enough for two.
You've solved some of the problems of the other arrangements in yours. It's still quite a workout for that poor 4th finger, though.
Nice fingerings, as well. Thank you! They're very much needed!
I don't know if you've noticed by now that I seem to be the "resident editor" here
(That's my day job and I just can't help myself...)
I'm happy to report that I found only one thing that might be a typo.In measure 21, should the low C be played with 2 and the subsequent F# with 3?
Again, AMAZING job, Phil!