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Musical improvisation is one of the most widely practised forms of composition and performance. It is evident in most musical cultures and can be traced back to some of the earliest artistic and religious musical practices. It is a style that incorporates such concepts as change, adjustment, experimentation and ornamentation. Musical improvisation can demand cohesion and participation, a communicative and cooperative relationship between performers. We propose a method of capturing anddoi:10.5281/zenodo.3754218 fatcat:q7pgfsyfwfdbfk6mf4qy33xfye