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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These guided approaches allowed students to utilize all of their senses to feel the music before learning how to freely improvise.
Later in the study, students reported that learning to improvise was becoming natural and felt more comfortable.
We don't improvise with the camera rolling, it's more when we prepare, so she brings ideas, she brings lines.
You might need a great deal of practice to make intelligent "sentences" and not sound "uneducated" when you improvise within a jazz syntax.
The Easiest Way to Improvise, by Christopher Norton.
Holder feels that the greatest gift in both dance and cookery is becoming free to improvise, improvise, improvise.
In my thesis, I look at how 17th century organists in northern Germany learned to improvise, and compare this method with the approach used today by improvisational musicians I've been in contact with," she said.
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.