It was a perfectly played symphony of silhouette, color, and texture—a bravura performance, an aesthetic rarity.
In a series of media print interviews over the next week, Shargel gave a bravura performance.
He gives a bravura physical performance of the act of dying that can only have been born of extensive firsthand experience.
This was vintage, bravura Blair: After six hours of questioning he remained defiant, unabashed, and proud.
On the drama side, James Spader breaks into the Best Actor category for his bravura scenery chewing on The Blacklist.
The brushwork is indicated with much dash and bravura, in the manner of the painter as distinct from the print-designer.
At least, in Rossinis Stabat Mater, there are no bravura airs.
In the later variations (3, 5, 6, 17) there is little or no bravura.
Her bravura business with the Demon Egg-Cup had been simply vile.
Finally, Scipio has two bravura songs (1, 10) with many passages, the second being remarkable for its length.