This introductory quote reflects a young jazz singer, whose discipline in learning her craft embodies the order necessary to become a songstress. Coupled with the good manners to respect the historical legacy of America’s classical music - jazz.
To hear her voice, is to hear a young woman’s journey into the past - and her present - of jazz vocalists, whose voices embodied the order and good manners of respecting the vocabulary of the song, as well as the interpretation of song. Thus, it is with Jazz Horn, a singer who approaches a song with moral and reasonable certitude which lies within her voice.
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[Jazzmeia]Horn, A student at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Horn brought the crowd to its feet singing “Sweet Georgia Brown.” - New Jersey Star Ledger