Caprice music

The term caprice (or capriccio) has been used somewhat inconsistently as a music form since the late 16th century. Whereas in the beginning it was used to design madrigals, its use during the romantic era (mainly by Paganini) gave it its current usage: a free-form piece of intense, virtuosic nature and usually a fast tempo.
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Compositores destacados Johann Sebastian Bach  ·  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  ·  Franz Liszt  ·  Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky  ·  Felix Mendelssohn  ·  Georg Friedrich Händel  ·  Camille Saint-Saëns  ·  Sergei Rachmaninoff  ·  Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov  ·  Cécile Chaminade  ·  Max Reger  ·  Georg Philipp Telemann  ·  Michel Rondeau  ·  Niccolò Paganini  ·  Carl Maria von Weber  ·  Georges Bizet  ·  Muzio Clementi  ·  César Franck  ·  Girolamo Frescobaldi  ·  Moritz Moszkowski  ·  Bedřich Smetana  ·  Reynaldo Hahn  ·  Mauro Giuliani  ·  Francisco Tárrega  ·  Stephen Heller  ·  Charles-Valentin Alkan  ·  Pablo de Sarasate  ·  Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély  ·  Louis Moreau Gottschalk  ·  Anton Arensky  ·  Johann Nepomuk Hummel  ·  Fritz Kreisler  ·  Joachim Andersen  ·  Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka  ·  Joachim Raff  ·  Daniel Léo Simpson  ·  Sigfrid Karg-Elert  ·  Gabriel Pierné  ·  Matteo Carcassi  ·  Mily Balakirev  ·  Napoleón Coste  ·  Carl Bohm  ·  Emmanuel Chabrier  ·  George Whitefield Chadwick  ·  Julio Salvador Sagreras  ·  Albert Ketèlbey  ·  Henri Wieniawski  ·  Frank Bridge  ·  Sigismond Thalberg  ·  Ferdinando Carulli
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