Kabalevsky Op. 27 no. 28 Caprice
As we learned in no. 9: A Little Fable and no. 21: The Chase, one of Kabalevsky’s favorite building blocks is parallel octaves. In Caprice, once again we’re offered a piece constructed entirely of octaves split betwen the two hands. However, the sustained notes in this piece make for a much more interesting architecture. It also means that you have to be careful about what fingerings you choose.