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He wrote numerous books and articles on a wide range of subjects within the field, though the majority of these on the history of western music and particularly that of the 19th century (i.e. Romantic music). His other favourite topics included music theory and the aesthetics of music.
Dahlhaus is still highly regarded among musicologists. His works are being discussed to this day. He is best known for his book Nineteenth-Century Music.
- Nineteenth-Century Music
- Studies on the Origin of Harmonic Tonality, trans. Robert O. Gjerdingen
- Foundations of Music History, trans. J. B. Robinson
- Schoenberg and the New Music: Essays by Carl Dahlhaus
- The Idea of Absolute Music, trans. Roger Lustig
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