I work with fifth to eigth graders in guitar ensemble. I enjoyed listening to your students very much and may have to try recording mine as well since you have just inspired me. I have a site with the music that I use with my students, hosted by Michael Daly, up in Canada. His site has free music, as well as music for sale, but all of the music on my page is free to use for educational purposes. You can find the main site by searching for sheet music digital. My name and picture are on the front page, so it is easy to get to. You can also find the free music grouped by guitar ensemble and guitar solo. If you have any trouble, contact me privately and I will be happy to provide the link. I have not asked permission to post it publically here yet, so I am a little shy about just sticking it on here. I can assure you that Michael Daly respects all copywrite conventions and does not allow anyone to post anything that even gives the perception of being illegal. When you look at the first few pieces, you will notice some funny fraction looking numbers above the notes on the second page. (which is otherwise identical to the first) I call this shorthand notation, the top number is the string, the bottom number is the fret (and usually the finger) and I developed it becuase I want students to abandon marking their music as quickly as possible. When they just mark the fingering, they usually end up doing it for years. I also have some students with different learning styles and this seems to put them on a more equal footing during the first six months. We are also on a block schedule and there are times that I do not see my students for as many as four to five days in a row. This seems to eliminate one more reason NOT to practice. I hope you will take a look at my litle offerings and let me know what you think of them. Thanks.