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David H. Miller is a musicologist and performing musician. He is a Ph.D. candidate in musicology at Cornell University, where he also serves as a Graduate Resident Fellow in Hans Bethe House. Before coming to Cornell, David completed a degree in music at Harvard University and worked in Boston as a performer of Baroque double bass, viola da gamba, and violone. He is currently completing a dissertation on the reception of Anton Webern’s music in the United States from the 1920s to the present, and his other scholarly interests include music theory pedagogy, the intersection of performance and analysis, the music of Schütz and Schein, music and mountains, and historical performance.