bravura

[ bruh-vyoo r-uh, -voo r-uh; Italian brah-voo-rah ]SEE DEFINITION OF bravura

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A "Caprice Español" is a bravura realization of Spanish frenzy.

A bravura and finale of light, graceful melody close the opera.

You will find many alterations in the finale of my Bravura Variations.

In the later variations (3, 5, 6, 17) there is little or no bravura.

At least, in Rossinis Stabat Mater, there are no bravura airs.

If anybody breaks out into bravura it will not be Ursula Dearmer.

Her bravura business with the Demon Egg-Cup had been simply vile.

Bravura Variations on an Original Theme, for violin and guitar, or pianoforte.

The brushwork is indicated with much dash and bravura, in the manner of the painter as distinct from the print-designer.

No wonder she sets the great glass chandeliers of the Argyle rooms ringing and rattling when she charges in a bravura.

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