Results for: Virtuoso

How much should you practice to become a piano virtuoso?

  At least 8 hours a day, 7 days a week. This may sound somewhat extreme, but this is what it takes to be the top pianist in today's world. That 8 hours is, of course, not (MORE)

Antonio Vivaldi was famous and influential as a virtuoso?

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was an Italian Baroque composer, virtuoso  violinist, teacher, and cleric. He is known mainly for composing  many instrumental concertos, for the violi (MORE)

What is a virtuoso violinist?

The word virtuoso (from latin virtuosus) is an Italian word meaning in English "an individual who possesses outstanding excellence" in any specified field.    Thus virt (MORE)
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How do you become a virtuoso?

 Practice, practice, practice.  Like most things, virtuosic skill is the result of love, dedication, vision, goals, desire, self-belief, work, perspiration and goal re-eval (MORE)

Why is Franz Liszt a virtuoso performer?

Liszt would be considered a virtuoso performer due to his advanced performance technique at the time - he also had quite a bit of flair. Many of his concerts featured piano r (MORE)

On what instrument was Beethoven a virtuoso?

Beethoven was a prodigiously gifted musician, and was far better-known as a pianist in 1790s Vienna than he was as a composer. That came later, but his fame in Vienna spread a (MORE)

What does Edgar Allan Poe mean by virtuoso spirit?

He means that few Italians are true connoisseurs, or supreme  masters, of wine. Don't shoot the messenger.   Another answer: I would disagree. I think what he meant is mo (MORE)