Stephan LindemanProfessor

    Division: Commercial Music, Composition & Theory
    E-544 HFAC
    Phone: 801-422-6341

    Steve Lindeman is a Professor of Music in the Brigham Young University School of Music, where he teaches music theory and analysis, orchestration, jazz history, jazz styles and analysis, jazz piano, and world music. Dr. Lindeman studied jazz at the Indiana University School of Music with David Baker; pursued music theory and analysis at Queens College, CUNY with Charles Burkhart and Carl Schachter; and studied musicology and music theory with Douglas Johnson, Ellen Rosand, and Floyd Grave at Rutgers University.

    Subsequently, he has done post-graduate study with Jim McNeely and Mike Holober at the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop, piano with Stefan Karlsson at the Stanford Jazz Workshop, film scoring with Larry Groupé and Roger Neill at the Palomar Film Music Workshop, and with Enrica Scandrione of the Royal College of Music (London), as well as private study with Rufus Reid, Fred Hersch, Tamir Hendelman, John Clayton, and Bob Mintzer.

    Video Clips:
    With Wandering Steps
    Aunt Jeanne

    PhD, Music, Rutgers University, 1995
    MA, Music Theory, Queens College, City University of New York, 1984
    BM, Jazz Studies, cum laude, Piano Concentration, Indiana University, 1977

    Courses Taught:
    Theory 1, 2, 3 & 4 (Music 195, 196, 295 & 296)
    Dictation 1, 2, 3 & 4 (Music 193, 194, 293 & 294)
    Form and Analysis (Music 395)
    Schenker Analysis (Music 596)
    History of Civilization (Music 202H)
    Romantic Music (Music 304R)
    Jazz Styles and Analysis (Music 394)
    History of Jazz (Music 204)
    Jazz Piano (Music 160R & 260R)
    Jazz Class Piano
    Keyboard Harmony
    Schenker Analysis (Music 596)

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