Professor of Music
Ph.D., Harvard University
Field of Specialty
Nineteenth-century music. Theory and analysis. History of theory. Liszt. Music and Meaning
Slosberg Music Center 220
Allan R Keiler
Both as scholar and teacher, on the undergraduate as well as graduate level, my interests center around theory and analysis and the history of theory, and 19th century musicology, especially Franz Liszt. I also have an interest in African-American studies that relate to the subject of my biography, Marian Anderson.
Keiler, Allan R. ""Liszt on Schubert's Alfonso und Estrella: Translation and Commentary"." The World of Schubert. Ed. Christopher Gibbs and Morten Solvik. Princeton University Press, 2014 (forthcoming)
Keiler, Allan R, ed. "The Problem of the Retrieval of Musical Knowledge: the Thoroughbass Tradition and its Relationship to Rameau". Journal of Music Theory (Duke University Press), 57 2014.
Keiler, Allan R. "The Gentle Maestro." Rev. of Bruno Walter: A World Elsewhere, by Eric Ryding, Rebecca Pechefsky. New York Review of Books vol. 12/200
Keiler, Allan R. "Ludwig Rellstab's Biographical Sketch of Liszt: Introduced and Translated." Franz Liszt and his World. Ed. Christoper H. Gibbs, Dana Gooley. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2006. 335-361.
Keiler,Allan R. Marian Anderson: A Singer's Journey. Scribner, 2000.
Keiler, Allan R. A Reader in Historical and Comparative Linguistics. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1972.
Keiler, Allan R. Translation of Roman Jakobson, Child Language, Aphasia, and Phonological Universals. The Hague: Mouton, 1970.
Keiler, Allan R. A Phonological Description of the Indo-European Laryngeals. The Hague: Mouton, 1968.
|MUS||1a||Introduction to Music|
|MUS||52a||The World of Opera: Music and Drama|
|MUS||135a||History of Music III: Romantic and 20th Century|
|MUS||171a||Form and Analysis|
|MUS||190b||Proseminar in Schenkerian Analysis|
|MUS||195a||Seminar: Music and Meaning|
|MUS||218b||Seminar in the Music of the Nineteenth Century|
|MUS||226a||History and Literature of Western Music Theory: Baroque to 1850|
|MUS||226b||History and Literature of Western Music Theory: 1850 to the Present|