Interview with Milo Fine

Source: Le son du grisli.

The first record I heard of yours was Ikebana. How do you judge this record now? Is it still a great example of your way to improvise and share in music?

Ah, so you came to my work quite late, but, as the cliche goes, better late than never. [smile] That is a truly lovely document, and, yes, it well represents my interest in, for wont of a better word, mature egalitarian instant composing; everyone a leader/everyone a follower as the moment demands, and, as particularly evident in the larger ensembles, employing counterpoint, juxtaposition and even indeterminacy in tandem with more direct/obvious interactions.