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Improvisʹatrix or Improvisatrice

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The most famous improvisatrices or female improvisators are:

Maria Magdaleʹna Morelli Fernandez, surnamed the Olympic Corilla, crowned at Rome for improvisation (1740–1800).

Tereʹsa Bandettiʹni (1763-*).

Rosa Taddei (1801-*)

Signora Mazzei, the most talented of all.

Nur Jehan, of Bengal (d. 1645). She was the inventor of the Otto of Roses.

Anna Louisa Karchin, a German (1722–1791.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Imperium in Imperio
Impertinence
Imponderables (Latin, things without weight)
Imposition
Imposition of Hands
Impossibilities
Impropriation
Impropriator
Improve the Occasion (To)
Improvisators
Improvisatrix or Improvisatrice
In Cæna Domini
In Commendam (Latin)
In Esse (Latin)
In Extenso (Latin)
In Extremis
In Fieri
In Flagrante Delicto
In for a Penny in for a Pound
In for It
In Forma Pauperis