bravura [bruh-vyoo r-uh, -voo r-uh; Italian brah-voo-rah]
noun, plural bra·vu·ras, Italian bra·vu·re [brah-voo-re] /brɑˈvu rɛ/.
1. Music. a florid passage or piece requiring great skill and spirit in the performer.
2. a display of daring; brilliant performance.
3. Music. spirited; florid; brilliant (applied chiefly to vocal but occasionally to instrumental compositions).
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Origin: 1780–90; < Italian: spirit, dash. See brave, -ure
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