#1
Hey all, Im applying to a conservatory to study composition. For the audition, they require 3 pieces on classical guitar ONLY (no electric guitar or anything, must be a classical piece). Copied from the website, these are what I need to play:

"Perform a memorized solo from the standard repertoire and two etudes that utilize different techniques (i.e. arpeggio, scale, rest-stroke melody). Be prepared to perform from memory any two and three octave major and melodic minor scales (Segovia edition) with rest or free stroke (i-m; m-a). NOTE: electric guitar may NOT be used for auditions."

I'm fine with the scale section but I need to figure out what pieces to play. So far I'm thinking of doing J.S. Bach's Bouree in E minor and Carcassi's Etude no. 3 op. 60 (arpeggio and rest stroke technique). I need another Etude, should I play another one of Carcassi's? Do you think these are good pieces to preform for the audition?
#2
Definitely pick another composer for the second Etude. Your other repertoire choices are boring enough so at least show that you know more than 2 composers who wrote etudes for guitar.

Giuliani has some fun etudes. Maybe try op.1, 10. It's a fun Allegro mostly based on legato runs and simple chords up and down the neck.
Another idea would be Tarrega's Etudes 1 or 2.

The Bourree is perhaps the easiest "standard repertoire" piece around and it's also rather short so I think you should play something more ambitious if you can.