Number 32 is a siciliana, yet another treasure in this wonderful book of caprices! As with the polacca, this is the only siciliana I've ever encountered for solo viola. And, I love how Campagnoli wove these nationalistic pieces, a vogue idea in his day, into the book.
It's a joy to play this caprice. There is something so calming about the sicillian rhythm, like rocking on a boat at sea. And the harmonies are gentle and soothing. But my favorite part was the minor section, starting at measure 17. There are no ground-breaking chord progressions here, just timeless favorites that make you want to cry.