Frank Zappa Musicological Analysis

Here is a lecture on Frank Zappa I gave to students as part of a musicology class this week.

Comments Welcome!

<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”; title=”Session 7 zappa final presentation” target=”_blank”>Session 7 zappa final presentation</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”; target=”_blank”>Paul Carr</a></strong> </div>

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Academic working at the University of Glamorgan
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2 Responses to Frank Zappa Musicological Analysis

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Paul, I’m no music academic ,so my comments may or may not be relevant. Could you tell me is there,or could there be put together a beginner’s guide or map to Zappa?Whilst talking to an old friend of mine the other day in a supermarket ,it became clear that because of the sheer volume and diversity of Frank’s work that people may simply not know we’re to start.


  2. carza says:

    It is a particular problem with Zappa. As you say, his music is so broad and diverse – it is hard to know where to start. You could be brave and start from the beginning – working your way forward. Or like me – start from an area of interest (in my case his guitar based albums) – then move on from there. Good luck!


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