bravura definition

  • noun:
    • musical Brilliant method or style in performance.
    • Music A piece or passage that emphasizes a performer's virtuosity.
    • A showy manner or display.
    • an extremely technical or difficult piece, generally written for result
    • a display of bold
    • A florid, brilliant model of music, written for impact, to show the range and flexibility of a singer's vocals, and/or technical power and ability of a performer; virtuoso music.
    • In songs, a florid air, needing great force and spirit into the performer, and providing to display his / her energy, mobility of vocals, and distinctness of articulation.
    • In artwork, strenuous, brilliant therapy both in shade and strategy.
    • brilliant and showy technical skill
    • songs Brilliant strategy or style in performance.
    • songs a bit or passageway that emphasizes a performer's virtuosity.
    • A showy fashion or screen.
    • a very technical or difficult piece, often written for effect
    • a display of bold
    • A florid, brilliant style of songs, written for result, to show the range and freedom of a singer's sound, and/or technical power and ability of a performer; virtuoso music.
    • In songs, a florid environment, requiring great force and nature within the performer, and offering to display his or her energy, versatility of sound, and distinctness of articulation.
    • In painting, strenuous, brilliant treatment in both color and technique.
    • brilliant and showy technical skill
  • adjective:
    • musical Of, associated with, or becoming a brilliant performance technique or design.
    • Showy; ostentatious.
    • excessively showy; ostentatious
    • Music Of, relating to, or becoming a brilliant overall performance strategy or design.
    • Showy; ostentatious.
    • extremely showy; ostentatious
  • others:
    • In songs, spirited; florid; brilliant: since, a bravura environment: mainly applied to vocal compositions, but occasionally to instrumetnal.
    • In songs, spirited; florid; brilliant: because, a bravura air: chiefly applied to singing compositions, but sometimes to instrumetnal.

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