[A1] - Corrente, 2nd Movement from Sonata in D minor, Op. 5 No. 7 by Arcangelo Corelli.
[B2] - Pastorale, Op. 23 No. 1 by Oskar Rieding
[C1] - For Latin Lovers by Brian Chapple
I like the differences in my pieces: Corrente is a typical Baroque piece; I've to learn how to play semi-detached notes. Just yesterday we focused on the 1st page of this piece (there are total 2 pages), and it was an exhausting practice to understand the phrasing and implement dynamics. Pastorale is sweet and melodious, while For Latin Lovers requires that distinctive tango rhythm.
I've tried other songs from the repertoire and I like the following pieces:
[A3] - Andante, 1st Movement from Sonata in F, TWV 41:F4 by Georg Philipp Telemann
[B3] - Petit air varié: No. 7 from Petite école de la mélodie, Op. 123, Book 2 by Charles Dancla