Version of Paganini
Daughter has been assigned her first Caprice. Recommendations on versions?
I like the Henle, which has the usual dual booklet -- one urtext and one edited, plus good commentary about what's in the manuscript, what might be an error, etc. This is what I use now.
Obligatory response: the one your teacher prefers. Any teacher teaching caprices is likely to have a (strong) opinion on the matter.
Teacher mentioned Flesch, but did not specify.
We have two but almost exclusively use the Henle Urtext. This, in my opinion, is a must-have because all of the edited versions have numerous mistakes and have been re-bowed in many cases. We also use one of the International ones occasionally as reference for fingerings.
The Flesch edition is is available (in public domain in the US at least) in imslp at
This may be worth reading: