Improvisation games for classical musicians: a collection of musical games with suggestions for use : for performers, instrumental teachers, music students, music therapists, bands, orchestras, choirs, chamber music ensembles, conductors, composers, pianists, percussionists, and everybody else (even jazz players)
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THE WHO WHY AND HOW OF IMPROVISATION
SUGGESTIONS FOR USE AND SAMPLE LISTS OF GAMES
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accent accompaniment and/or arpeggios audience Aural Games bass line beat begin body percussion Call-and-Response Chamber Music chord tones Christine Stevens chromatic classical musicians Combination Game composition conductor create Creative diatonic Dorian drone Drum Circles duet dynamics eighth notes ensemble Examples extended techniques familiar tune four players Four-plus players Groove ideas Improv Set-Ups intervals invent jazz leader listen long tones major scale Melody Games meter Miscellaneous Games mode motif Motivic Development mouth noises notation note values One-plus players ostinato patterns pentatonic scale percussion instruments performance piano piece pitch Player One plays Player One's Player Three Player Two plays players play possible practice pulse quarter notes Repeat Rhythm Games Rhythm Machine rhythmic scale degree scale steps scale types short signal sing solo soloist song sounds style switch tempo three players timbre Two-plus players Variation vocal voice Warm-Up whole tone whole tone scale