Noite de Lua by Dilermando Reis, Paschoito edition with additions from Paulo Bellinati's recording of same.
Canticle from 2 Little Pieces by Takashi Yoshimatsu.
Schindler's List by John Williams, arranged by guitarist John Williams.
And maybe about to begin working on Mallorca by Albeniz, Segovia edition.
"…that all-pervading talisman of Spanish pleasure, the guitar." -Washington Irving
Andante, Op. 27, a duet in G, by Ferdinando Carulli. My instructor handed it to me and said to learn both parts by our next lesson. It doesn't look very hard, and I found a couple of videos on Youtube in case I need help.
There are two small masterpieces which in my view are excellent to learn expressive playing and sound modulation as well as coping with some technical difficulties. One is the preludio in C minor from Mangore, absolutely wonderful what you can do with this small musical jewel. The second is “Adelita” from Tarrega.
Both pieces are one page long but you can play them hundred times and each time they sound better than the previous. You can find several videos in YouTube.