Capriccio meaning

kə-prēchō, -chē-ō
(music) An instrumental work with an improvisatory style and a free form.
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A prank; a caper.
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A whim.
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A prank; whim; caprice.
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A musical composition in various forms, usually lively and whimsical in spirit.
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A sudden and unexpected or fantastic motion; a caper; a gambol; a prank, a trick.
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A fantastical thing or work; a caprice.

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A type of landscape painting that places particular works of architecture in an unusual setting.
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A piece of music, usually fairly free in form and of a lively character.
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Origin of capriccio

  • Italian caprice

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Wiktionary