This is a simple arrangement consisting of a single line melody played over a repeating single note bass line. Always play the bass notes with the thumb and melody notes with alternating fingers. Start the melody with the second finger of the fretting hand and stay in second position for two bars. On beat two of bar 4, shift to the fourth position and on beat three use a full barre at fret 7. Over the next few bars follow the indicated fretting hand fingering and make sure the longer melody notes in bars 5 and 6 sustain for their full value. To achieve a clean sounding bass line it’s a good idea to mute unwanted over-ringing when the harmony has changed; for example, in bar 8 on beat three the bass note has changed to an A from an E and we no longer want the open E to ring through. This E should be muted with the pad of the picking hand thumb immediately after the first A note on beat three has been plucked. The thumb should then ‘spring’ back to continue play the repeated A bass notes. This kind of muting is a common and normal part of classical guitar technique. Experienced players will do it naturally without thinking about it. The rest of this piece is easy to understand and does not contain anything of technical difficulty. However it should not be taken lightly and will make a nice addition to your repertoire!