Radiohead and Some Questions about Music

In George Reisch & B. W. Forbes (eds.), Radiohead and Philosophy. pp. 41-52 (2009)
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This essay examines the music of Radiohead as a means of introducing various elementary concepts and theories in the philosophy of music.

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