The Trois Pièces de Société, Op. 36 was Fernando Sor's second set of "society pieces". Published in 1828, these consisted of six small characterful and entertaining pieces grouped into three pairs. They may have been composed for a specific occasion, perhaps as a musical bouquet for a soirée in a Parisian salon hosted by a certain Monsieur Paston, to whom they are dedicated.
(…) The music throughout is tuneful and very likeable and would be quite suitable for inclusion in any program where a representation of 19th-century guitar music is required. (…)
Classical Guitar Magazine 7/2013