I thought I'd remember a friend this morning, with a piece of music he and I both loved very much. It's the 'Fantasia para un Gentilhombre' (Fantasia for a Gentleman) by Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo, who may be the most well-known composer for that instrument in classical music history.
This 1996 recording features Pepe Romero, a member of the world-famous classical guitar family. He's playing with the Orquesta Filarmonica de la UNAM, a Mexican orchestra, conducted by Manuel Godolf. The video quality isn't very good, but the sound is better. I chose this recording because it shows Pepe Romero's notable guitar technique very well.
I still miss Inyati. This music brings back his memory every time I hear it.