The tenth caprice is another beautiful aria that highlights Campagnoli's gift for melody. It lets the viola sing naturally, with simple phrases in the first half and florid passagework in the second.
Note: Usually I advocate for following the bowings which I find to be purposeful from a technical standpoint, but I did correct a few here, in mm. 1, 5, and 7 to facilitate a down-bow at the top of a phrase or on a triple stop.
My favorite part of the piece is the coda, from mm. 18 to the end. The top line should always be held while the bottom one undulates: the effect is a rich harmony and texture.