For example, any laughter in response to Bottom's declaration that "I am such a tender ass" (45) is contingent on his unawareness of the double entendre--Bottom's ignorance of his physical condition marks him out as the "straight" man in the play's comedy, rendering such extemporization
as lewd gestures to the audience as detrimental to the veracity of the clown's representation.
Exam notes and sample extemporization
plans (how to accompany Gregorian chant, how to improvise a fugue) illustrate the text.
He held Extemporization
concert in theatre of Paris, concert in historical Palace of Versailles and concert in Music Conservator Rome-Italy.
His installations, created without a blueprint, emerge from a process of tinkering and fiddling as workers add and insert shapes in a theatrical form of extemporization
These officials were charged with detecting what might be described as the Achilles heel of censorship: extemporization
, for however strict the system of stage censorship, is it is virtually impossible for the authorities to ensure that the script that has been approved will be performed unchanged and without subversive nonverbal additions.
Improvisation is a creative process and is also called extemporization
, and can lead to the discovery of new ways to act, new patterns of thought and practices, or result in new structures.
Vivaldi is reputed to have been a first rate violinist, his published scores springboards for flights of wild virtuoso extemporization
Ernie Banks, 18, was a big hit among the two dozen or so people in attendance with his extemporization
of a Chipmunklike rap song.
Another key point is the way in which American practice in OVERLORD represented some extemporization
from the formal doctrine promulgated in FM 31-35.
Putting a fresh twist on impulsive extemporization
, it turns to account the actual conditions of Victorian print culture on which spasmodic writers both depended and turned their backs.