This would not have been something I would have picked for Jason, but I don't see why he can't do a good job with it. Not everything he does is Riverdance. I think Jason is perfectly capable of subtle, but it does not have to all be subtle. My favorite program to this music is Paul Wylie's. (I always find that other Schindler programs pale in comparison, so that's my biggest concern about Jason choosing it.) There were parts of Paul's program that used slower music and showed off Paul's edges. But, there also were parts that were fast and dramatic.I find this worrisome. IMO this music needs subtle interpretation, or it becomes OTT. It IS a tragic topic and haunting piece of music. In and of itself the music tells the story. It does not need flamboyance to make it's point.
We can't really tell much from Jason's little video because the music is just added on to edited clips.
IMO, I think the most important thing is whether Jason is excited about the music choice. I didn't care for the S&G program, and I can't help thinking that part of the problem was that he didn't choose the music. I liked his short program so much more.
I think both Paul and Katarina Witt used the music the season after the movie was released. I just always associate it with Paul no matter how many other people skate to it.AFAIK, Paul Wylie was the first skater to use the Schindler's List music in the early 1990s