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Well – over two years since it was initially announced – Zappa and the And is to published in a couple of weeks. Ashgate have officially posted my introduction online – you can see it at here There are also … Continue reading
I got some good news from Ashgate today – the Frank Zappa and the And: A Contextual Analysis of his Legacy was given the final green light for publiction – so the book will be out this year. So – … Continue reading
Here is a slideshare of a musicicology lecture I recently gave on semiology and performance analysis. All the the listening examples are available via Spotify.
OK. This week’s musicology session examined the techniques employed by Phil Tagg – on of the most influencial musicologists when it comes to popular music. The powerpoint is included below, but the key questions I am asking the students to … Continue reading