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Definition of Improvisatory
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Literary usage of Improvisatory
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1. Public Characters of All Nations: Consisting of Biographical Accounts of (1823)
"... he gave to Gianni the title of Imperial improvisatory, with a pension of six ... improvisatory ..."
2. The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi by Carlo Gozzi, John Addington Symonds (1890)
"undoubtedly reduced the improvisatory element to a minimum in the case of troupes who were accustomed to play together for years. ..."
3. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1897)
"The "Invektiven," then, partake of the improvisatory oral character that marks so ... Probably improvisatory. In the winter of 1774/75 the poet included the ..."
4. The Maecenas And The Madrigalist: Patrons, Patronage, And The Origins Of The by Anthony M. Cummings (2004)
"... whether within the written or unwritten tradition, the improvisatory element consisted of elaboration during the performance of the received materials. ..."