Mel Bay have just published "24 Pieces For Guitar" by Gilbert Isbin. Here are the soundfiles (with permission of composer and publisher)
Although conceived initially for plectrum use, Isbin also likes to hear them on classical guitar without a plectrum. This is not just to sell more copies - he really does like them played both ways. I asked Gilbert if he would write me one piece, and was astonished to eventually be sent 24!!
There are student pieces and advanced pieces. His influences run from contemporary classical to contemporary jazz and world musics, including folk influences. Names I would circle around the pieces would include, Satie, Brouwer (tonal period), Metheney, McLaughlin.
From the Mel Bay website:
"Rob MacKillop presents 24 superb solo guitar works by Belgian composer, Gilbert Isbin, one of the most interesting, dynamic and poetic composers writing for the guitar today. All 24 pieces have been recorded by Rob MacKillop–a magnificent solo recording in itself. The book contains standard notation and tablature, and an interview with the composer. The music ranges from student pieces to advanced concert solos. Although composed with a plectrum in mind, they can also be played fingerstyle. Includes access to online audio."
Any questions, fire away.