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A capriccio on the German flute, by a distinguished amateur, who has lost four fingers and a thumb.
I had in mind the definition of a capriccio given by Praetorius, the celebrated musical authority of the eighteenth century.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYIGOR STRAVINSKY
That is why I wrote another concerto, which I called Capriccio, that name seeming to indicate best the character of the music.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYIGOR STRAVINSKY
The Brussels concert at which I played my Capriccio, which was repeated on the following day, has left a very pleasant memory.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYIGOR STRAVINSKY
An adagio may set a gouty father to sleep, and a capriccio may operate successfully on the nerves of a valetudinary mother.
There's another pretty fairy-like piece of yours, Mendelssohn, the Capriccio in E minor.
This is not the kind of prelude to pass from one key to another, but merely a capriccio to try over a piano.
His capriccio on the departure of a friend, with its differently labelled parts, comes distinctly under the above denomination.
At seven she played the Rondo Capriccio of Mendelssohn with great éclat.
For him Bach wrote the early capriccio on the departure of his beloved brother.
BACHCHARLES FRANCIS ABDY WILLIAMS

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