|It is more that the three musicians demonstrate the kind of serenity that goes with mastery, and once more, a certain easy relationship with the time of the music which marks out the Masters - serenity and detachment : the notion of playing around with the rhythm of the piece, to hold it effortlessly and ride the beat without any sense of urgency or panic. They are both grave and relaxed at the same time because they have the knowledge, and they are marking time in every sense.
In fact everything happened as though they were merely talking amongst themselves, and conversational metaphors could be freely used to describe the discourse : exchange, question and answer, narrative, sharing views. There were no rules and no plan. Humour and laughter served as punctuation. The "easy way" of doing it you might say, where each event during the recording adds a new dimension to the music, or brings some unnoticed aspect of it to life. Here we have a story of love, of some of the stages between different types of solitude and multiple forms of union.