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If you do both then great, but what if you had to make a choice for a specific purpose.? They seem pretty much the same as far as "level" is concerned, as I see it, but just out of interest which do you prefer.
But from a personal taste, I prefer Estudio Brillante. Much appreciated. But then there is the context of how the Carcassi completes and sumnarises the whole set. I find the Tarrega very useful in exploring sonorities which are unusual from my perspective in the tonal harmonic context. Being an "estudio" or study, I would assume that it was Tarrega's intention that it served as a concert as well as an effective assignment or study for the audience and students of his day.
I would also go with Carcassi for concert or recital purpose but yet enjoy the Tarrega for study purposes. I find the Tarrega melody to be a whee bit dated,for recital or concert,but then again I can't say until I have effectively presented it as such. The audience might think differently.
I will just chisel and scratch away at both in the meantime,before attempting any real live acid tests. There's a lovely clip of Julian Bream playing cricket to a backdrop of Estudio Brilliante.
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Etude No.20, Estudio brillante de Alard, for guitar
Estudio brillante de Alard (Tárrega, Francisco)