Dr Paul Carr publishes chapter on Frank Zappa and Virtuality

September 19, 2016

Dr Paul Carr was recently involved in a book launch for the Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality, edited by the late Sheila Whitley and Shara Rambarran. In addition to providing a chapter for the collection on Frank Zappa and Virtuality, Dr Carr was also responsible for editing a discussion chapter, where a number of academics contributing to the book give their perspectives on how music can be considered virtual. The book launch was proceeded by a panel discussion at the International Association of Study of Popular Music UK/Ireland conference in Brighton in September 2016.

The photo features Dr Louse Jackson (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance), Dr Ben Halligan (University of Wolverhampton), Dr Mike Dines (Institute of Contemporary Music Performance), Dr Christian Lloyd (Queens University), Dr Paul Carr (University of South Wales) and Dr Shara Rambarran (Queens University).


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