Here's the difference, though, for why that wouldn't work the same way for Jesse and for me. Jesse is primarily a jazz musician. He has gone through extensive training in improvisation. I have not. Not ever. This is a point that I discussed tonight with McIntyre, who knows. It is true that I have a quarry of classical language that I can fall back onto, but it is a very different skill set. It is so very difficult to adapt to this alternate way of creating music, and I think that the expectations set by my educational background has skewed my goals.
But anyway, success for this project, as it is judged solely on the process and what I learn, has already been achieved. The rest is noise.
Here we go, Day 109: https://ia600805.us.archive.org/21/items/Improv12111/12_1_113_14Pm.mp3
(Oooh, I could've made a great reference to Beethoven Opus 109. Darn!! Missed opportunity.)