- the act of improvising
- something improvised
The definition of improvisation is the act of coming up with something on the spot.
An example of improvisation is a set of actors performing without a script.
- The act or art of improvising.
- Something improvised, such as a musical passage or comedic skit.
From French improvisation.
- Hit albums such as The Allman Brothers Band, At Fillmore East and Eat a Peach offer guitarists a meaty collection of songs that are heavy on the guitar and heavy on improvisation.
- Others focused more on the line dance aspects, coming up with long series of steps to be memorized and performed with a minimum of improvisation or personal style.
- Studying the blistering pace of bluegrass picking also improves improvisation in a concert-style setting no matter which type of music is on the agenda.
- Choreographed hip hop loses the vital elements of originality and improvisation that were so important to the development of the dance as well.
- The artist teaches basic chords and correct fingering, but he's also quite enthusiastic about his craft, and encourages improvisation.