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Penetrating, innovative analyses of numerous compositions by Chopin, integrating Schenkerian principles and a fresh perspective on harmony.
David Damschroder is Professor of Music Theory at the University of Minnesota. His current research focuses on harmony in tonal music, a project that began with a careful examination of historical analytical practices and was the basis for his book Thinking About Harmony: Historical Perspectives on Analysis (Cambridge University Press, 2008). The project continues with focused studies on selected repertoires: Harmony in Schubert (Cambridge University Press, 2010), Harmony in Haydn and Mozart (Cambridge University Press, 2012), and the present book. In addition, he is currently writing a textbook on Schenkerian analysis. He has written textbooks on music fundamentals and ear-training and sight-singing and his articles and reviews have appeared in numerous journals.