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(music) A highly technical or difficult piece, usually written for effect.
Italian bravura (“skill”), from bravo (“good, skilful”).
Italian from bravo excellent brave
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Gorsky's airy choreography is sheer joy, and abounds in wit and technical bravura.
The sheer bravura of that, the regard the project would get me.
He thought his poetry too imitative, detecting not only the truthful severity of Crabbe, but a "slight bravura dash of the fair tuneful Hemans."
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