noun, plural ca·pric·ci·os, ca·pric·ci [kuh-pree-chee; Italian kah-preet-chee]. /kəˈpri tʃi; Italian kɑˈprit tʃi/.
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A capriccio on the German flute, by a distinguished amateur, who has lost four fingers and a thumb.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II|Various
I had in mind the definition of a capriccio given by Praetorius, the celebrated musical authority of the eighteenth century.
That is why I wrote another concerto, which I called Capriccio, that name seeming to indicate best the character of the music.
The Brussels concert at which I played my Capriccio, which was repeated on the following day, has left a very pleasant memory.
An adagio may set a gouty father to sleep, and a capriccio may operate successfully on the nerves of a valetudinary mother.Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery|Robert Means Lawrence