IMPROVISE


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IMPROVISEIllustrative Metaphor Production in Reactive Object-Oriented Visual Environments
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Nurses: The professionals who improvise to improve our world.
As well, Augustyniak's ( 2011) study concurred that not only the internal processes are necessary to help students improvise but also the combined internal and external processes of developing aural, visual and kinesthetic memory through explicit practice is necessary.
In my dissertation, Improvisation in the Collegiate Horn Studio, (1) I found that learning to improvise was not a novelty but an essential part of learning horn excerpts.
More importantly, Hemingway is also an example of how black and white Americans improvise off each other, either consciously or unconsciously, in a common culture.
If you improvise something, then you have to learn what you've improvised in order to hold on to it.
I love to work with Rachel because she loves to improvise and I love to improvise too, Contactmusic quoted the director as telling BANG Showbiz.
When I was living in Madison, Wisconsin, in the early 1970s, I had been fired from a lucrative musical theater accompanist job because I did not now how to improvise.
Instrumental ornamentation is written out in full while the vocalist is instructed to learn how to improvise these ornaments.