violinistically

violinistically

(ˌvaɪəlɪˈnɪstɪklɪ)
adv
in a violinistic manner
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So much to applaud here, but particularly the horns (Elgar writes for them at times almost violinistically), and this was indeed an evening where Elspeth Dutch's cohorts covered themselves yet again with glory.
As in the E major set, there are four variations, each motivically, rhythmically and violinistically distinct (ex.3): continuous slurred semiquavers with a three-note pedal-figure in variation 1; decisive [symbol omitted] or [symbol omitted] figures in variation 2; arpeggios and higher positions in variation 3; wide leaps and syncopation in variation 4.