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Use "virtuosi" in a sentence
"Greek architecture was discovered in the second half of the eighteenth century, it became the shibboleth of the 'virtuosi'."
"But recently our 'virtuosi' have been oppressed with a notion that, to succeed in this country, they must invade and carry by storm the 'classics' of the art, instead of adhering exclusively as of old to their own fantasies and jeux de marteaux."
"He's recently showed an interest in Hammond organ blues, and in partnership with British virtuosi like Alan Barnes, has swept freely across the jazz composers' landscape, notably Duke Ellington's."