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to compose or recite without preparation

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perform without preparation

manage in a makeshift way

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While the left-hand chaconne is easily played, the rhythmic complexity is increased dramatically when the improvisatory right hand enters.
The authors suggest caution when considering further investigation of the patient's verbal interpretation of their improvisatory experiences because it could be "potentially challenging" (p.
Rather than relying on a perceived set of criteria that focuses on the performance practice of a musician, improvisatory practice needs to include factors such as natural and learned abilities, as well as intuitiveness, experimentation and creative insight.
The best referent for what Johnson calls ragtime in the novel is probably the improvisatory stride style of James P.
Eddie's energy is large, expansive and improvisatory, while Owen's rhythms are understated and sly.
A certain immediacy of tone in Brandolini's writing draws us in, may even make us want to hear a sample of his musically declaimed improvisatory verse.
Louis Armstrong, Jerry Garcia, and Grandmaster Flash made their history with equal parts pioneer cojones and improvisatory derring-do.
Bolles+Wilson's responsive and improvisatory approach has found a convincing new order in the existing, but it also remains open-ended, promising to accommodate new and varied neighbours in the future.
paired with Ralph Wiley's improvisatory meditation on this generation of black male nonfiction authhors, "Brothers on a Soapbox.
The name he coins for their improvisatory approach is "Earth Jazz" -- a reci procal, provisional, witty, and prolonged interaction in which each player leaves silences for the others to be heard.
In the '40s and '50s, the first wave of great R&B and rock 'n' roll DJs didn't just pick their own records; they made radio an improvisatory art form, putting similar songs together, fiddling with the levers and dials in front of them, spinning yarns, making up rhymes, interacting with the music as it played.
Examples include body art, action art, site-specific performative installations, conceptual and improvisatory performances and one-person stand-up performances.
Wimsatt's reliance on this intriguing but in the end rather flimsy, improvisatory notion results in his overplaying it as a mode of reading this poetry.
She's clear about what she's about, subscribing to a "loosely structured, collaborative, imaginative, and improvisatory management style, rather than doing things by the book.
Gil Weinberg (USA) is a robotic percussionist who will use real-time analysis and response algorithms to listen to live performers and play along in a collaborative and improvisatory manner.