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182 Chapter 8 And overall, controlled-discontrol, and the interplay of predictable and non-foreseeable outcomes was something to be enjoyed and relished, Valerio Tricoli making the analogy that: For me itâs this feeling of feeling comfortable within something which is beyond your control, but you donât feel scared. Itâs like to go back to the labyrinth of Minos, kind of like âLetâs take a walk in this labyrinth, letâs be lost, but donât panic and letâs enjoy the experience.â Burkhard Beins resigned himself to the fact that: From my experience there will always be huge parts that are uncontrollable anyway, so if I control just what I can control, itâs just a small part of it. [...] Very often it makes it more interesting because then you have the combination of controlled aspects, and random and uncontrolled aspects. And Chris Heenan, concluding this chapter, looked towards one of his heroes, saxophonist Evan Parker,54 describing how: Heâs a good example, where he clearly knows the world, but then he suddenly hops out... but then heâs doing it on such a high level [that] itâs not a mistake, itâs just like âOh! A new room!â55 54 Heenan referred to Parkerâs soprano saxophone improvisations and the recording Monoceros, in particular. 55 See p. 227 for a more thorough discussion of what constitutes a âMistakeâ in Improvised Music.