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A sudden and unexpected or fantastic motion; a caper; a gambol; a prank, a trick
A type of landscape painting that places particular works of architecture in an unusual setting
A fantastical thing or work; a caprice
A piece of music, usually fairly free in form and of a lively character
a type of landscape painting that reflects the whim or caprice of the painter in placing particular works of architecture in an unusual setting, such as the Roman Colosseum in a pastoral landscape or St Paul's Cathedral on the Grand Canal in Venice
an instrumental composition that doesn't adhere to rules for any specific musical form and is played with improvisation
Opera in one act by Richard Strauss; first performed in 1942; deals with the question of whether music or poetry is more important in opera Cavalleria rusticana: Opera in one act by Mascagni; first performed in 1890; one of the most successful examples of verismo opera; shows stark violence and passion Cenerentola, La : opera in two acts by Rossini; first performed in 1817; story of Cinderella Charpentier, Gustave: (1860-1956) French composer of Louise (1900) coloratura brilliant ornamentation of the vocal line, light, agile, sparkling
A painting or print of a fantastic, imaginary landscape, usually with architecture
> From the Italian meaning whim or fantasy Particularly associated with artists such as Canaletto and Panini, it usually refers to an imaginary view, or a view that has been constructed from juxtaposing real architectural elements from a whole variety of sources
(from the Italian for 'caprice' ) Refers to fantasy subjects in architecture or topography that are either strictly imaginary or taken from any one of several elements, such as mythology See Goya's famous capriccio etchings Los Caprichos
{i} lively musical composition played in a free style (Music); prank, trick; whim, fancy
A caprice; a freak; a fancy
A piece in a free form, with frequent digressions from the theme; a fantasia; often called caprice