Pavana-Capricho is graceful and light-hearted at the same time. The playfulness that arises from the alternating moods is best achieved when the proper technique and articulation is applied.
Spanish pianist and composer, Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) was a child prodigy. He passed the Piano entrance exam for the Paris Conservatoire at age seven, but he was refused entry due to his young age. He composed many works containing Spanish influence, Three Pieces for Saxophone Quartet being no exception.