RESEARCH ABOUT MY COMPOSITIONS, COMPOSITION PROCESS, AND/OR ARTISTIC PROCESS
If there is an authorial voice, as claimed by Edward T. Cone (1974), in a technologically connected world it can exist in a different way, by which the temporality of the performer informs the temporality of the composer, shaping the further development of a sonic event. For this reason the authorial voice of Schwartz is strong, and her music has a particular deepness as a result. Additionally a sense of naturalness and a sense of familiarity structure her music. From this standpoint, connectivity promotes a particular interaction that also involves the audience when the composer envisions the interaction between the performers, her authorial labor, and the audience.