In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1virtuoso masculinevirtuosa femininemasculine artista(performance/playing) propio de un virtuosoa virtuoso display of diplomacy — un despliegue de gran habilidad diplomática
- He joins the illustrious ranks of blind virtuosos, alongside renowned organists and other musicians who have triumphed against physical handicap.
- The next week they toured Europe with a Bartok third quartet that had virtuoso fiddlers agape with admiration.
- The musicians from the Laureate trio staged a virtuoso performance at a concert marking the launching of their new album on Monday.
- All this music needs is a virtuoso with technique to burn and a grand array of tonal colors.
- Johan becomes a virtuoso of classical music, a driving force who cannot be ignored.
- Is it a study, which is unusual for copper, or an exercise in virtuoso brushwork, for which it seems unusually small?
- However, there are so few viola concerti - especially by major composers - that virtuosi seemed driven to perform it anyway.
- He's an extraordinary fiddle player with a virtuoso technique married to musical mind that won't take anything for granted.
- It also excludes music for virtuoso display in the large concert hall, even though only a few instruments may be involved.
- Masters like Sorolla, Bouguereau, Zorn and Repin were painting virtuosos.
- This virtuoso short story collection is emotionally uncompromising and stylistically daring.
- The title makes obvious reference to basketball, a sport of virtuoso movement.
- Now the virtuoso guitarist/composer's classical roots are calling him back.
- With them, the concerto moves from the virtuoso star turn to distinguished collaboration.
- Something else they share is that neither is recognised as a virtuoso showpiece for the pianist.
- It is not enough to see the painting as a virtuoso manipulation of historical styles.
- Puritan writers in New England were virtuosos of the genre.
- Such virtuoso, highly finished bronze groups can be seen as the last gasp of the great tradition of Florentine art.
- Walker began his musical career as a virtuoso pianist, with composing and teaching work coming later.
- The work is a sophisticated, synoptic genre piece, its composition and bravura brushwork invoking forerunners from flashy late Mannerists to late Baroque virtuosos such as Crespi or Piazzetta.
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