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Popular Music and Nostalgia: Some Outline Thoughts
I am off to Prague on Tuesday to deliver a paper at the 6th European Communication Conference. The subject matter is popular music and nostalgia. Here is a transcript of the paper. It is closely linked into my work in … Continue reading
Starting to Think About Music: Song Arrangement and Track
Here is a podcast of an introductory lecture on ways we can think about popular music analysis, and the differences between Song, Arrangement and Track.
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Production and Text Analysis – and the Elements of Music
I have attached below a 2nd presentation of my musicology class – which focuses on how we can analyze how music is produced in addition to the text (using the elements of music). It starts with a few questions which … Continue reading
Posted in Musicology Tagged eduard hanslick, elements of music, music text, musicology, paul carr, Plato, production 8 Comments
Frank Zappa and the And: Sent Off Today!!!
Well, after over year of hard work – Frank Zappa and the And: A Contextual Analysis of his Legacy was sent off to the publisher today. There will still be work to do once it goes through the publishing process … Continue reading
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Where Does The Meaning Lie in Music?
Ok – this is a new type of blog entry for me. I am going to experiment with discussing some of the issues me and my students are dealing with in my Musicology Class at the ATRiuM in Cardiff. We … Continue reading
Posted in Academic, Musicology Tagged eduard hanslick, guido adler, musicology, paul carr, prince 14 Comments