Anger Management: Maria Schneider Takes on Google and YouTube

Maria Schneider doesn’t think up concepts for her albums. “I’ve never preconceived a subject for my music,” she says over the phone from her cabin near the Delaware Water Gap, where she was holed up in March, having left her Manhattan apartment to ride out the COVID-19 crisis. “I just don’t work that way.” Yet

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