(1) It was a work of improvisation performed with a double quartet.(2) His concerts are a mixture of improvisation , passion and emotion with a candid sense of humour.(3) The structure of the performance is still in evidence but deftly hidden and the emphasis has moved to improvisation around themes.(4) She is playing to a loyal audience here, but shows a good deal of humour and improvisation in her performance.(5) The next evening, in the company of a local trio, he served up the perfect blend of lyricism, improvisation , swing and team work.(6) One suspects that like his concert performances, there's a lot of improvisation and busking.(7) He learned to play the piano by ear, developing a talent for improvisation which, years later, he would put to good use during the filming of America: A Personal History of the United States.(8) Additional sessions will focus on improvisation , adult group piano study, motivating teens to continue music studies, and playing and teaching by ear.(9) Older groups learn about various areas of the performing arts including action, voice, movement, mime, improvisation , stage combat, circus skills, dealing with text and storytelling.(10) The floats, although not many, were terrific, with some improvisation where wagons were not available.(11) It feels like I'm engaging with that process again, but starting from a different place, from songs and not that much improvisation .(12) ├ö├ç├┐Through improvisation we got to thinking about going through doors to other worlds, and so the door is very significant in this production as the main feature of the set,├ö├ç├û Jon says.(13) Sketch comedy, improvisation , stand-up and much more will be performed in this intimate venue on Friday, September 24.(14) There was a lot to observe: how to shape material for maximum impact; timing; improvisation ; how to handle unresponsive audiences or hecklers.(15) There was much improvisation in the weeks preceding the implementation of the plan, and little time to practise the landings.(16) His vocal work was enormously impressive, veering worryingly towards perfection, something which improvisation never sought, expected or needed.