mag·ic [maj-ik] noun
the art of producing illusions as entertainment by the use of sleight of hand, deceptive devices, etc.; legerdemain; conjuring: to pull a rabbit out of a hat by magic.
the art of producing a desired effect or result through the use of incantation or various other techniques that presumably assure human control of supernatural agencies or the forces of nature.
the use of this art: Magic, it was believed, could drive illness from the body.
power or influence exerted through this art: a wizard of great magic.
im·pro·vise [im-pruh-vahyz] im·pro·vised, im·pro·vis·ing. verb (used with object)
to compose and perform or deliver without previous preparation; extemporize: to improvise an acceptance speech.
to compose, play, recite, or sing (verse, music, etc.) on the spur of the moment. to make, provide, or arrange from whatever materials are readily available:
Blues [blooz] noun
the blues, ( used with a plural verb ) depressed spirits; despondency; melancholy: This rainy spell is giving me the blues.
( used with a singular verb ) Jazz .
a song, originating with American blacks, that is marked by the frequent occurrence of blue notes, and that takes the basic form, customarily improvised upon in performance, of a 12-bar chorus consisting of a 3-line stanza with the second line repeating the first.
the genre constituting such songs.