What results is a kind of mashup concert, a virtuoso mixed-media DJ set tuned to a keen emotional pitch.
Well, that was a virtuoso performance by Chris Christie yesterday.
He knew hundreds, perhaps thousands, of songs off the top of his head, but he was not a virtuoso musician.
He is a virtuoso of action, as he demonstrated in his very first film, The Surgarland Express.
Blanchett achieves this through a level of nuanced physical and aural orchestration that brims over with virtuoso counterpoint.
They like her whimsically, if you will, and somewhat as a virtuoso dotes upon his cabinet.
Were it wholly mechanical it never could be "as good, or nearly as good, as a virtuoso."
If the student has the advantage of hearing neither the virtuoso nor the teacher he need not despair, if he has talent.
"I did not think that you were still so young," said the virtuoso.
"We were fortunate in being able to secure Savelli, the virtuoso," she replied.
1610s, "scholar, connoisseur," from Italian virtuoso (plural virtuosi), noun use of adjective meaning "skilled, learned, of exceptional worth," from Late Latin virtuosus (see virtuous). Meaning "person with great skill" (as in music) is first attested 1743.