Douglas Rust, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Music

Dr. Rust's research interests include music theory and the analysis of 20th-century concert music and jazz.

“A Russian Rhetoric of Form in the Music of Witold Lutosławski,” in A Music-Theoretical Matrix: Essays in Honor of Allen Forte (Part II), ed. David Carson Berry, Gamut 3/1(2010): 205–231.

“The Bach Prelude, Fugue and Allegro,” Soundboard: the Journal of the Guitar Foundation of America: Part 1, the Prelude 37/1 (2011): 19-24, 29, Part 2, the Fugue, 37/4 (2011): 41-46, Part 3, the Allegro,” (co-authored with Amy Houghton) 38/1 (2012): 18-24.

"Two Questions of Perception in Lutosławski's Second Symphony," Perspectives of New Music 42/2 (Fall 2004).

"Stravinsky's Twelve-Tone Loom: Precomposition and Composition in Movements," Music Theory Spectrum16/1 (Spring 1994) 62-76.

"Conversation with Witold Lutosławski," The Musical Quarterly79/1 (Spring 1995) 207-23.

"Review of Nikolska, Conversations with Witold Lutosławski (1994: Melos) and Rae, The Music of Lutosławski (1994: Faber and Faber)," Current Musicology 59 (1995) 94-100.

Benny Goodman Band Arrangement Series: "Let's Dance" and "Down South Camp Meeting" edited by Douglas Rust (Blue Mounds, MN: Hal Leonard Publications, 2004).

The Complete Oboe Sonatas of Francois Devienne, Opus 70 and Opus 71, edited by Douglas Rust (Kalmus "Masters Music" Publications, 2004 and 2006).