Scott Brickman
Professor of Music and Education
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Ext. 7506
Office: 101 Haenssler Honors Center
Education

 

  • Ph.D., Music Composition/Theory, Brandeis University 1996
  • B.M., Music Composition/Theory, University of Wisconsin 1987

 

Coaching Experience

UMFK Intercollegiate Club Baseball, Fall 2009-present

Research

 

Symphony #1 (2006), recoreded by the Kiev Philharmonic, Robert Ian Winstin conducting
(released June 24, 2008 on ERM’s Masters of the New Millennium, vol. 12)

Bon fete, electroacoustic music (2005) on SEAMUS 20th Anniversary CD
(released March, 2007)

Signature: Peace, electroacoustic music (2003), on 60X60
Capstone Recordings (CPS 8744 released in December, 2004)

Sketches of Maine, for piano (1999), recorded by pianist Jeffrey Jacob, 
New Ariel Recordings (CD AE 005 released in August, 2000)

 

Licenses Held

 

  • Member, College Music Society (Member of Northeast Chapter Executive Committee, 2001-2005
  • Member, Society of Composers Inc. (Co-chair of Northeast Chapter, 1998-present
  • Member, SEAMUS (Society of Electro-Acoustic Music US)

 

Research Interests

Computer/Digital/Electronic Music Composition, Music Composition, 19th Century music theory and analysis, Music Theory pedagogy for K-8 students.

Recent Papers, Presentations & Publications

 

“Romantic Styles and Clara Schumann’s Major Works” – paper read at the Schumann Perspectives: A view across the Disciplines Conference, Texas Tech University, September 29, 2006 

“Hensel the Progressive" - paper read at the International Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel Conference, The Florida State University on 13-15 November, 2005

“What we learned from the Spring Musical” -  paper read at the CMSNE meeting, March 12, 2005

“Composing with Kindergarten and PreKindergarten Students” - paper read at New Directions in Music Education Conference, Michigan State University, Sept. 20, 2000

 

Courses Taught

Scott teaches courses in the subjects of Music, First Year Experience, and Education.

Contact Information

Scott may be contacted by phone at (207) 834-7506 or by email at brickman@maine.edu.