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To write a good argument requires some virtuosity — most people don’t really enjoy listening to others bicker, especially people they don’t know or have any reason to care about.
ZENDAYA AND JOHN DAVID WASHINGTON DESERVE A BETTER FILM THAN MALCOLM & MARIEALISSA WILKINSONFEBRUARY 5, 2021VOX
I think that he had more virtuosity, and yet more delicacy of feeling, than either Rubinstein or Blow.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
Kndinger had come to Russia at eighteen, and delighted the public of St. Petersburg by his brilliant virtuosity.
THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
The last century has been one of increasing virtuosity in the management of lyric metres.
THOMAS MOORESTEPHEN GWYNN
It is fair to say that similar precocity in other children has not always resulted in virtuosity.
FAMOUS VIOLINISTS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAYHENRY C. LAHEE
Sarasate's virtuosity shines and pleases and surprises the audience continually.
FAMOUS VIOLINISTS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAYHENRY C. LAHEE
Virtuosity to-day depends very largely on the art of advertising.
FAMOUS VIOLINISTS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAYHENRY C. LAHEE
While virtuosity is not essential for quartet playing, good musicianship is very necessary.
FAMOUS VIOLINISTS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAYHENRY C. LAHEE
One member of the cast (of my own sex, too) gave a display of virtuosity in this genre which was technically superb.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 156, JUNE 25, 1919VARIOUS
On reaching the second voice in the fugue cantelupe's virtuosity breaks down.
THREE PLAYS BY GRANVILLE-BARKERHARLEY GRANVILLE-BARKER

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