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-Retrospective ​Contextualization occurs when a musician or actor adapts their performance in order to make a prior mistake seem correct. In music, this can be as simple as cutting off a wrong note early, or adding a series of additional neighbor tones to make it seem as if the wrong note was part of an intentional sequence. ​+=== What is Retrospective ​Contexualization?​ ===
  
-In theater, retrospective contextualization could be adding lines or movement to make a mistake seem relevant or purposeful.  ​+ 
 +  * Retrospective Contextualization occurs when a musician or actor adapts their performance in order to make a prior mistake seem correct. In music, this can be as simple as cutting off a wrong note early, or adding a series of additional neighbor tones to make it seem as if the wrong note was part of an intentional sequence.  
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 +  * In theater, retrospective contextualization could be adding lines or movement to make a mistake seem relevant or purposeful.  ​