In the Spanish forum I presented a subjective classification of the pieces of the courses D04, D05 and D06, adding, when possible, the qualification given by the GuitarBurst website. So you can organize a Delcamp course to do it in two years, and not in one.
https://www.guitarraclasicadelcamp.com/ ... 20#p214293
I now facilitate the qualification of GuitarBurst for the pieces of the D07. Perhaps some student from the last year dares to offer their subjective classification of the difficulty of the pieces of the D07.
Adelita (Mazurca) Francisco Tárrega 6
Etude XI Op 6 Fernando Sor 7
Dedicatoria Enrique Granados 7
Prelude BWV 999 Johann Sebastian Bach 7
Etude XX (de 25 études op 60) Matteo Carcassi 7
El Testament d'Amèlia Miguel Llobet 8
Melancholy Galliard John Dowland 8
Menuet (from Sonate en La Majeur) Anton Diabelli 8
Prelude BWV 998 Johann Sebastian Bach 9
Fantasía X Alonso Mudarra 9
Allemande BWV 996 Johann Sebastian Bach 9
Fughetta (D Major) Georg Friedrich Haendel unclassified
Baxa de Contrapunto Luis de Narváez unclassified
Pepita (Polka) Francisco Tárrega unclassified
[as reference: Rosita (Polka) has 9]
Bolero (A minor) Julián Arcas unclassified
A grade of 1 through 5 is recommended for beginners: players in their first year of classical guitar playing. This would include players that are already playing non-classical guitar but may not be reading music or familiar with classical guitar techniques.
A grade of 6 through 10 is recommended for intermediate performers. These performers should have a good understanding of accidentals, some higher positions, barre chords, and playing multiple voices at once. Pieces near the top end of this difficulty level may be appropriate for audition to college guitar programs.
A grade of 11 through 15 is recommended for advanced performers. Most of these pieces are recommended for college level performers. Most of them include more complicated techniques such as complicated right and left hand arpeggios, difficult runs, complex chord forms, and fast transitions around the neck.
A grade of 16 through 20 is recommended for professional performers. These include graduate level students and concert professionals.