virtuoso

[ vur-choo-oh-soh ]

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"Look into your own consciousness and memory," replied the virtuoso.

"I did not think that you were still so young," said the virtuoso.

A picturesque, old German virtuoso is the reverent possessor of a genuine "Cremona."

I prefer that no one handle it, said the virtuoso commandingly.

It takes on the color of any composer's ideas, and submits like a slave to the whims of any virtuoso.

It was music pure, almost classical—the work not of a virtuoso, but of a composer.

He was distinctly a virtuoso, loving his instrument and its tonal powers.

He was a virtuoso violinist greater than any one before him.

"We were fortunate in being able to secure Savelli, the virtuoso," she replied.

He is at once a moralist and a virtuoso in the literary art.

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