While in college, Ludmila Ulehla, already an accomplished pianist, chose to learn to play the flute as her minor subject. She composed Capriccio shortly after graduation. It is a happy, brilliant piece, fun to perform. The accompanying piano part supports the flute with a modern harmonic style that introduces young players to the contemporary idiom. Capriccio begins with a forte allegro theme, then settles for a warm, lyrical section and after a flute endenza, closes with its original flash.
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