extemporisation


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Noun1.extemporisation - a performance given extempore without planning or preparation
performance - the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment; "we congratulated him on his performance at the rehearsal"; "an inspired performance of Mozart's C minor concerto"
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In this embodied matrix of signs there are three main institutions that are based on performing genres that utilise the extemporisation of poetic word-sounds.
The cultivation of the art of extemporisation was therefore a requirement of the democratic leader; in antiquity politicians could not insist on being sent their questions in writing prior to recorded interviews.
It was an artificial charade, cynically created to suggest to the viewer unrehearsed extemporisation, just as these revolting talk-shows do.
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Lying at the eastern end of this street, Francois' new building is one of the more lively extemporisations on the generic planning model of a mid-rise apartment block with a set-back upper storey.
There are Charles Wood, Maurice Bevan and a lovely Mass by George Malcolm and some organ extemporisations by organist Matthew Martin and conductor Martin Baker.
Not only was Floyd the music critic of the Melbourne (1920-30) and regular broadcaster for the ABC, he was especially noted for his extemporisations and psalm accompaniments on the organ.
Several of the UK's most admired composers have supplied starting-points from which BCMG under the direction of Peter Wiegold will develop creative extemporisations, and the well-loved actor Timothy West will read excerpts from Calvino's book (7.