Dall'Abaco's 11 Caprices are a great example of cello writing in the Classical Era. No doubt, Dall'Abaco planned to compose 12 Caprices, but might have abandoned the project partway through the eleventh caprice. The editor took the liberty to finish the eleventh caprice based on the binary form, in a way that works most intuitively. This is an Urtext edition based on the manuscript. Corrections were made with editorial marks.