improvisation


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Synonyms for improvisation

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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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The foundation behind the authors' theory of improvisation mirrors the development of language through listening, audiating, imitating, reading and writing.
Improvisation workshops for children and shows will be organised, said President of the National Theatre Improvisation Association Salma Ben Laghaat at a press conference held on Thursday at the Ibn Rachiq Culture Centre.
Negotiated Moments: Improvisation, Sound, and Subjectivity contributes to a growing body of multidisciplinary research that resonates within the sphere of critical improvisation studies, a burgeoning field that seeks to "examine improvisation's effects, interrogate its discourses, interpret narratives and histories related to it, discover implications of those narratives and histories, and uncover its ideologies" (The Oxford Handbook of Critical Improvisation Studies, ed.
Contact improvisation was created to be done by anyone, regardless of dance experience.
Domenico Pietropaolo's monograph consists of seven well-connected chapters providing a comprehensive study of the nature and significance of improvisation, with a zeroed-in focus on the latter as a compositional technique that governs commedia dell'arte using an effective language flow that engages scholars as well as less specialized leadership.
It describes aspects of improvisation; how to use the elements of space, time, energy, and shape; identifying choreographic form, including the dance phrase, the criteria of effective form, and how to use these techniques to shape a dance, as well as common dance forms and selecting subjects; and staging the performance, including auditions, rehearsal, accompaniment, lighting, and costumes.
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.
Jeff Agrell has produced a welcome sequel to his 2008 Improvisation Games for Classical Musicians: 500+ Non-jazz Games for Performers, Educators, and Everyone Else.
Facilitating self-expression in music can be helped through the process of improvisation whereby the participant is encouraged to use musical materials in unique and individualized ways.
The Dance House Lemesos is arranging a five-day dance improvisation workshop with dance teacher Lise Romagny as of September 7.
Daniel Fischlin, Ajay Heble and George Lipsitz, The Fierce Urgency of Now: Improvisation, Rights, and the Ethics of Cocreation.
Improvisation, in my opinion, occupies a privileged position in the contemporary Czech alternative and experimental music milieu.
What, after all, might illustrate the egalitarian, idealized set of interactions we all crave than a music that, at its very core, insists upon collective improvisation and the unification of individual voices in constant democratic exchange?
the Art of Rock Improvisation, David Malvinni, Scarecrow Press, 2013.
Musical improvisation involves complex thinking that seems to occur on the spur of the moment.