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  • n. Plural form of extemporization.


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  • "His extemporizations were the most extraordinary things that one could hear.

    Beethoven the Man and the Artist as Revealed in his own Words

  • One of the reasons the school kept her despite the usual student breakdowns was she could squeeze a total of seventy-six extemporizations in less than an hour.

    Beyond the Voice

  • When the lad visited Vienna, in 1787, his extemporizations on the piano made Mozart exclaim: "He will give the world something worth listening to."

    A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Volume Two (of Three)

  • He sang in monotonous lines, repeating his extemporizations after the Indian manner, and was addressing the Thunder Being -- the great bird so much sought by warriors.

    The Way of an Indian

  • Han-earl Park, and the evening of improvisations and extemporizations will open with The Real-Time Company (for the Ad-Hoc Association) of … Veronica Tadman (voice), Paul Dowling (bass) and Barry Twomey (guitar).

    Irish Blogs


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