improvisatorial


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im·prov·i·sa·to·ry

 (ĭm-prŏv′ĭ-zə-tôr′ē, ĭm′prə-vī′-) also im·prov·i·sa·to·ri·al (ĭm-prŏv′ĭ-zə-tôr′ē-əl)
adj.
1. Made up without preparation; improvised.
2. Of or relating to improvisation: improvisatory skill.

improvisatorial

(ɪmˌprɒvɪzəˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
relating to an improvisator
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But his work quickly gained the relaxed, improvisatorial quality so wonderfully evident in Mallee, 1968, a big, breezy painting with seemingly aimless, curving lines of color on a white field.
Having had to work hard to concoct quickly successive "measures" to counteract Angelo's harsh "measures" has impressed upon Vincentio the messiness, the improvisatorial, episodic nature of human life, a life so irregular that only the "imprecise" application of precise rules and laws can occasionally rectify humankind's frailty.
32) In the highly academic fugal finale, the opening Overtura, which is strikingly dissonant due to its commingling of large leaps and chromatic intervals, sounds improvisatorial.