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Philip Tagg (born 1944, Northamptonshire, UK) is a music theorist who has written on popular music. He coined the term museme and writes on semantics of music.

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Bibliography

Fabbri, Franco 1982. “A Theory of Popular Music Genres: Two Applications.” In Popular Music Perspectives, edited by David Horn and Philip Tagg, 52-81. Göteborg and Exeter: A. Wheaton & Co., Ltd.




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