improvisation


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Synonyms for improvisation

Synonyms for improvisation

something improvised

Synonyms for improvisation

a creation spoken or written or composed extemporaneously (without prior preparation)

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an unplanned expedient

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a performance given extempore without planning or preparation

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In this respect, a partnership was inked between LIPA and the Carthage Theatre Days for the organisation of improvisation competitions on December 11-15 in Habib Bourguiba Avenue.
This edition has updated and new content to support and extend dance education standards in relation to the creative process, improvisation, and choreographic development; expanded movement explorations; updated technical aspects of producing a concert; and revised sections on developing skills, to align with the National Core Art Standards in Dance processes of creating, performing, responding, and connecting.
The core of DFI's workshop is to teach acting through the power of improvisation that encourages students to perform in public without a predefined text or prior direction, according to al-Remaihi.
Farrell (an accomplished teacher and choral conductor), clarifies the nature of improvisation, provides several practical strategies that are useful for introducing this process to our students, and provides numerous references for further reading.
For me," Romagny said "this phenomenon is at the heart of the practice of improvisation and dance improvisation is a way of exploring this reality of impermanence and a way of learning how to adapt to it in our lives.
Creative Chords by Bradley Sowash is a keyboard improvisation method for late-elementary/intermediate levels.
The Fierce Urgency of Now examines music improvisation as an environment for expression of ethical social behaviour and effective human rights: an environment that offers models to the wider community.
What does the contemporary improvisation in the Czech Republic actually look like?
JA: In the not-so-distant past, you took a year off to study improvisation.
David Malvinni's book, Grateful Dead and the Art of Rock Improvisation analyzes this uniqueness and explores two ways the Grateful Dead can be distinguished from other rock bands of their era: first, the band's approach to jam-based performances through group improvisation, and second, their unique relationship to audiences, which enhanced and propelled those innovative improvisational techniques (5).
These two nations are chosen because comparatively recent reviews of both musical curricula reveal a need and focus on the teaching of improvisation and creativity.
Fertel explores the complex nature of the spontaneous gesture; identifies the stylistic conventions, themes, and rhetorical features of improvisations; and explores the archetype of spontaneity throughout history from philosophy and psychology to chaos science, jazz, conceptual art, post-modernism, and finally Hermes--the god of crossing boundaries, of improvisation.
The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays on Live Improvisation [Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010], to name just one).
It all kicks off at 1pm with an all-ages workshop on improvisation, lead by local vocalist and experimental artist Caroline Pugh.
HOW do you fancy an all-night improvisation session, coupled with some Sanskrit mantra chanting?