Improvisation is a compositional method.
But I think the record will actually come from tapes that are not yet recorded.
You know, the whole philosophy of ad hoc combinations has its strengths and its weaknesses.
I think the voice does that perfectly adequately without being imitated by other instruments.
There are many of these apparent philosophical paradoxes or contradictions which don't concern me anymore.
To speak about notation as the only way that you can guarantee structure of course is already very suspect.
If I think about the way I was drawn into the music, it was much more by recordings than by live performances.
I think the solo playing, the decision to start playing solo, came out of having discovered what lay behind the doors that that technique opened for me.
I've been to the studio several times, and it's not that I'm not happy with what I've got, but each time I come away, I feel that I've learned something that I want to work on.
In a certain sense, aspects of my solo playing were developed in order to test the theory about how long particular elements could be, as parts of so-called free improvisations.