As a 12-year-old he discovers, after several piano lessons, that he is not merely an “infant prodigy,” but “a true artist.”
He was a delicate, precocious child, and under the prevalent forcing process of the day was cultivated into an infant prodigy.
Then as now there was a demand for novelty, sensation, and the infant prodigy was in demand.
In music she was not only an infant prodigy, but very much of a born genius.
And how did the infant prodigy manage to get here all alone?
I suppose that I'll die wearing them, and being an infant prodigy.
But pardon me; you do not know how it spoils one to have been an infant prodigy.'
At this time he was two years and three weeks old, truly an infant prodigy!
I'm an infant prodigy, really; you and Phil—and God first, I suppose—have made me so.
Born at Madrid, where he spent most of his life, Lope was an infant prodigy who fulfilled the promise of his youth.