Improvisation doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, it can be a game! By learning to treat musical improv as a game you free yourself up to experiment and learn the skills in a much more enjoyable way.

Jeffrey Agrell of ImprovInsights.com has published 7 books and regularly writes new articles about improvising music. He specialises in improvisation games.

Why? Because games are a great way to begin improvisation and are a useful tool for capable improvisers too. They can help you overcome the main hurdle most musicians face with improvisation. Read on to discover the major lessons you can away from our recent interview with Jeffrey.

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