improvisation

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
doğaçlama

Benim doğaçlamalarım görece iyidir. - My improvisations are tolerably good.

Doğaçlama iyi bir örtüşme ruhudur. - Improvisation is the soul of a good conversation.

doğaç
irtical
improvisation 
(Tiyatro) doğaçlama 
improvise
doğaçlama yapmak

Tom doğaçlama yapmak zorunda kaldı. - Tom was forced to improvise.

Sanırım sadece doğaçlama yapmak zorunda olacağım. - I suppose I'll just have to improvise.

improvise
uydurup yapmak
improvise
tuluat yapmak
improvise
irticalen
improvise
doğaçtan söylemek
improvise
çalma
improvise
anında uydurmak
improvise
irticalen söylemek
improvise
uyduruvermek
improvise
yapıvermek
improvisational
Doğaçlama
improvise
doğaçlama müzik
improvisations
tuluat
improvise
baştan savma yapıvermek
improvise
uydurmak

O, konuşmanın bir bölümünü unuttu ve bir süre uydurmak zorunda kaldı. - He forgot a section of the speech and had to improvise for a while.

improvise
geçici olarak bulmak
improvise
{f} doğaçtan çalmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Musical technique, characteristic of blues music
That which is improvised; an impromptu
The act or art of composing and rendering music, poetry, and the like, extemporaneously; as, improvisation on the organ
an unplanned expedient
Music that is created spontaneously
Spontaneous exploration in response o problem solving, self awareness or to other criteria (See composition )
Creation of music in real time. Improvisation usually involves some preparation beforehand, particularly when there is more than one performer. Despite the central place of notated music in the Western tradition, improvisation has often played a role, from the earliest organum through the use of continuo (partially improvised accompaniment played on a bass line) in the 17th and 18th centuries. It has taken forms such as creation of a melody over a bass line for dancing, elaborate ornamentation added to a repeated section in an aria, keyboard variations on popular songs, concerto cadenzas, and free solo fantasias. Perhaps at its lowest ebb in the 19th century, improvisation returned to concert music in "experimental" compositions and in "authentic" performances of older music. Its most important contemporary Western form is jazz. It is also a defining feature of the raga
Music played spontaneously, alone, or against a pre-arranged background of chords and melodies Liszt and Chopin were renowned for the improvisations Today, they are common in organ recitals and in jazz music
Movement that is created spontaneously, ranging from loosely structured to tightly limited (e g , based on a given genre, a particular element of movement, or an understanding of a role), but always with an element of chance Improvisation provides an artist with an opportunity to bring together elements without preplanning, and requires focus and concentration Contact improvisation is a more complex form of improvisation, in which dancers create movement using the physical laws of gravity, momentum, friction, and inertia as they govern the motion of two or more bodies in contact
The act of creating music that has not been predetermined This term often refers specifically to the act of playing new melodic lines as part of a solo
spontaneous musical invention, commonly associated with jazz
the art of continuing effective operations in unusual circumstances or in a degraded mode, it is the ability to react to the unanticipated
The spontaneous use of body, voice and mind to explore, create or present theatre
process of simultaneously composing and performing music
a creation spoken or written or composed extemporaneously (without prior preparation)
– Creating music spontaneously
Making up the music as you play
a performance given extempore without planning or preparation
A scene performed with little or no rehearsal
An unrehearsed scene, in your own, extemporaneous words
In musical performance, the spontaneous invention of music for voice or instrument
Spontanious Composition The performance of music that is composed on the spur-of-the moment by the performer, usually as a solo, or cadenza Also used extensively in jazz
akin to ad-lib, but usually refers to the spontaneous making up an entire bit or the continual comedic conversing with audience members
Spontaneous Composition The performance of music that is composed on the spur-of-the moment by the performer, usually as a solo, or cadenza Also used extensively in jazz
{i} act of improvising; something which is done without preparation, something improvised (i.e. speech or musical performance)
[1]method of rehearsals, [2]method of training and [3]method of performance Improvisation -- any unscripted work in drama
Portrayal of a character or scene without benefit of a script and little or no preparation
music that involves some performer freedom during performance within a certain set of parameters, in which the performer draws upon techniques and intuition based on previous experience
Any unscripted work in drama
A purely spontaneous performance done on the spur of the moment without any prior specific preparation Also known as "improv"
Music performed spontaneously without rehearsing
Making up a solo as you go
an unplanned expedient a creation spoken or written or composed extemporaneously (without prior preparation)
Creation of a musical composition while it is being performed, seen in Baroque ornamentation, cadenzas of concertos, jazz, and some non-Western musics See also embellishment
improv
improvise
to do anything extemporaneously or offhand
improvisational
Having the nature of an improvisation
improvisational
{s} made up on the spur of the moment, done without advance preparation, unrehearsed, impromptu
improvisations
plural of improvisation
improvise
To sing or play without preconceived plan
improvise
To invent, or provide, offhand, or on the spur of the moment; as, he improvised a hammer out of a stone
improvise
manage in a makeshift way; do with whatever is at hand; "after the hurricane destroyed our house, we had to improvise for weeks
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Making up music as it is being performed; often used in jazz
improvise
To produce or make something from whatever is available
improvise
When performers improvise, they invent music or words as they play, sing, or speak. I asked her what the piece was and she said, `Oh, I'm just improvising' Uncle Richard intoned a chapter from the Bible and improvised a prayer I think that the art of a storyteller is to take the story and improvise on it. + improvisation improvisations im·provi·sa·tion an improvisation on `Jingle Bells'
improvise
'Making up' music as you go along
improvise
To produce or render extemporaneous compositions, especially in verse or in music, without previous preparation; hence, to do anything offhand
improvise
To bring about, arrange, or make, on a sudden, or without previous preparation
improvise
perform without preparation; "he extemporized a speech at the wedding" manage in a makeshift way; do with whatever is at hand; "after the hurricane destroyed our house, we had to improvise for weeks
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If you improvise, you make or do something using whatever you have or without having planned it in advance. You need a wok with a steaming rack for this; if you don't have one, improvise The vet had improvised a harness an improvised stone shelter. + improvisation improvisations im·provi·sa·tion Funds were not abundant and clever improvisation was necessary
improvise
perform without preparation; "he extemporized a speech at the wedding"
improvise
To make something up or invent it as one goes on; to proceed by guess rather than by a careful plan. To invent or create something quickly or without a plan; to wing it
improvise
To compose, recite, or sing extemporaneously, especially in verse; to extemporize; also, to play upon an instrument, or to act, extemporaneously
improvise
manage in a makeshift way; do with whatever is at hand; "after the hurricane destroyed our house, we had to improvise for weeks"
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{f} ad-lib, extemporize, make up on the spur of the moment, perform without advance preparation
improvise
To create music spontaneously
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