Italian clarinetist and composer, Ernesto Cavallini (1807-1874) studied at the Milan Conservatory. He has been described as the "Paganini of the Clarinet" therefore, it is no surprise that his studies for the instrument, such as 30 Caprices are very well-informed.
Volume 2 of Cavallini's 30 Caprices contains caprices 19 to 30. All of the studies are virtuosic, addressing features including chromaticism, scales, articulation, a wide range, breath control, intervals, variations in performance directions, dynamics and tempo, differing key signatures and time signatures, complex rhythms and ornamentation, amongst other aspects. For all advanced clarinetists, Cavallini's 30 Caprices are essential, ensuring technical progression to a high standard.