I am not an “Ornette Coleman expert,” but if I translate what you are doing into a domain that I know better, that of written language, the unique event that is produced only one time is nevertheless repeated in its very structure. Thus there is a repetition, in the work, that is intrinsic to the initial creation—that which compromises or complicates the concept of improvisation. Repetition is already in improvisation: thus when people want to trap you between improvisation and the pre-written, they are wrong.
Repetition is as natural as the fact that the earth rotates.
From an interview in Les Inrockuptibles, 1997. Translated by Timothy S. Murphy. (And with thanks to Geoff Winston.)