capriccio

[ kuh-pree-chee-oh; Italian kah-preet-chaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF capriccio

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A Sonata Brilliant and a Capriccio are among her best works.

I devoted most of 1929 to the composition of my Capriccio, which I had begun the Christmas before.

I worked at my Capriccio all summer and finished it at the end of September.

The Capriccio, my latest composition, was already in demand in various towns.

Capriccio sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo .

With this Capriccio Sinfonica Puccini made his first mark as a rising composer.

A capriccio on the German flute, by a distinguished amateur, who has lost four fingers and a thumb.

“Capriccio in B-flat on the departure of a friend,” said he, continuing his noiseless evolutions.

He trembled lest he should have been the plaything of a whim, for he had heard what a capriccio might mean in an Italian.

Ad libitum means at liberty; a piacere, at pleasure; and a capriccio, at the caprice (of the performer).

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