College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Lamont School of Music, Musicology and Ethnomusicology
Since her emergence on the jazz scene, Maria Schneider has made a name for herself all around the world with her unique compositional voice. Despite her ever-increasing prominence and influence as a jazz composer, there is a startling lack of scholarly work on how she writes for her ensemble. It is my aim to begin to fill that gap by examining how she voices chords at critical moments in her pieces and juxtaposing the techniques in her earliest works, latest works, and traditional writing techniques.
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Fradin, Aaron, "Maria Schneider’s Voicing Techniques: Annotated Bibliography" (2021). Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Student Scholarship. 109.