Whether alone or in the ensembles, I/we often stick to only a few ideas when I/we improvise. This maintains a desirable focus. Each idea, each development of an idea, and each new layer to an idea develop and emerge as a natural consequence of the previous idea, creating a coherent drama. Which means that the first idea in this chain, the opening of each improvisation, becomes very important. It plays a crucial part in the development of a piece. With this approach, with such inclinations, the beginning becomes a key referential point for the rest of the performance.