Works: structured improvisation

I consider uses of improvisation to be “structured” in many forms of music. A structure could be a (set of) duration(s), an underlying chord progression, a (set of) scale(s) or mode(s), predetermined (changes in) dynamics, register, or timbre. Many of the aleatoric processes I use are realized via improvisation. My use of structured improvisation is also largely influenced by the strategies of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and the Grateful Dead.

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