Act 4 Scene 1
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"Hang her! I do but say what she is: so delicate with her needle: an admirable musician: O! she will sing the savageness out of a bear: of so high and plenteous wit and invention:--"
I'm not sure I understand your point here Jill.
Othello feels that "it's such a pity," so good and talented a wife, should also cuckold him.
My point? He asked which of her qualities are highlighted in the scene; we have needlework, musical ability, a beautiful voice, and a great wit. I believe Shakespeare speaks quite clearly there in his very own voice.