improvise


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Synonyms for improvise

Synonyms for improvise

to compose or recite without preparation

Synonyms for improvise

perform without preparation

manage in a makeshift way

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If you think about it, people you know who improvise well (and who may be intimidating because of it) generally have had a lot of experience doing it.
One difference I've noted is that singing was an important part of the process of learning to improvise in the 17th century, which is not the case to the same extent today," Nelson said.
The Easiest Way to Improvise contains 15 chapters, each containing an original song with exercises designed to facilitate eventual ability to play and improvise on the given selection.
Holder feels that the greatest gift in both dance and cookery is becoming free to improvise, improvise, improvise.
His discovery may lead him to improvise B sections in the subdominant.
Of course, it makes a difference whether you improvise by yourself or with somebody else.
Are there major musical benefits to being able to improvise comfortably on one's instrument?
For the six remaining finalists, not only did we have to improvise two highlights that we had never seen before and ad-lib on-screen graphics, we had to do it with a producer counting in our ear.