The first tune, Ornette Coleman's "Blues Connotation", is a favourite of mine, and I liked their easy-going yet respectful approach toward the piece.
"Well, You Needn't", a medium tempo Monk tune, received an easy-on-the-dissonant notes reading, combined with a careful approach towards Monk's harmonies.
Their tempos ran from slow to medium tempo, and in general there was a beguiling transparency and directness to this thoughtful music.
Also: their playing aimed at reaching reflective and spiritual states of mind through what was referred to as, a 'mish mash' of a set.
In a sudden personal moment, Ravi had referred to their dueting as a 'mish-mash' from the modern jazz repertoire.
He was so casual, that Ravi.
Well, let me tell you one thing.
'Mish mash' — in this case — is a good thing.
P.S. — There was an elbow crash on the keyboard, then music manuscript paper rustled inside the strings, as Perdomo played the keys, then he leaned over into the piano and started to softly hammer with bare hands the strings inside the piano, and Ravi was right there, scintillating and pulling sorrow on soprano on the last tune, this was how they 'took it on out'.