30 Caprices for Violin (Nardini, Pietro)

Authorship Note
This is a selection of pieces from a manuscript (see below) ascribed to Nardini, which however also contains several pieces by Pietro Antonio Locatelli (not included here), and shares many pieces with at least two other manuscripts that are attributed to Johann Stamitz

Sheet Music


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Editor Andreas Moser (1859-1925)
Publisher. Info. Berlin: Max Hesse, 1925. Plate 208.
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General Information

Work Title 30 Caprices for Violin
Alternative. Title
Composer Nardini, Pietro
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IPN 2
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 30 capriccios (numbers as in source manuscript)
  1. No.1
  2. No.3
  3. No.61
  4. No.16
  5. No.32
  6. No.8
  7. No.9
  8. No.10
  9. No.30
  10. No.29
  11. No.33
  12. No.40
  13. No.110
  14. No.41
  15. No.42
  16. No.45
  17. No.43
  18. No.54
  19. No.55
  20. No.63
  21. No.69
  22. No.28
  23. No.73
  24. No.88
  25. No.90
  26. No.92
  27. No.100
  28. No.98
  29. No.101
  30. No.6
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation violin
Related Works 95 Capriccios and 15 Fugues for Violin (D-B Mus.ms.15861), the source for this edition.
89 Capriccios and 4 Fugues for Violin, D-B Mus.ms. 21134 - includes some of these pieces, attributed to Stamitz
40 Capriccios and 2 Fugues for Violin, A-Wn Mus.Hs.21923- also includes some of these pieces, attributed to Stamitz
Extra Information In the manuscript source, these are named capriccios ("Capricio"), not caprices.