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improvise

verb adept, ad-lib, compose, concoct, devise, extemporize, fabricate, invent, invent offhand, make up, originate, play by ear, ride with the waves, utilize, without preparation
See also: compose, conjure, contrive, create, devise, invent, make, originate, scheme
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Stage five is free improvisation where the student has free rein to improvise.
Also, while there has been some investigation into the use of technology and improvisation in previous research, the argument still lies in for a far more cohesive picture in regard to how technology may be effectively utilized while students' improvise as well as compliment their learning stages to maximize learning.
The task was an unstructured one, where participants chose the style of music they wanted to improvise.
This situation was accurate of Laurie, 16 years old from a SHS who learned Classical piano form a teacher then followed through with informally learning singing and guitar from friends and family She listened to her iPod inside and outside of school but by her own admission did not like improvising and composing with technological-software as she preferred to improvise and compose at her instrument.