also includes the

Mass Media Music Scholars' Press
also includes
Roger Tagg’s
web pages is an independent, altruistic, no-frills, no-profit source of ideas and information, mainly about music. It uses no cookies, has no ads, no analytics, no targeting, no ‘joining’ or ‘signing up’ or ‘logging in’, and no truck with asocial media.
Philip Tagg, creator of this website and formerly Professor at Université de Montréal, passed away on 9th May, aged 80. He had been unwell for a while.
You can access the programme for his funeral held on the 23rd, and also a slide show that was run afterwards with a selection of photos from Phil's life.
A brief memorial will be held at the upcoming Symposium on Theory and Analysis in Popular Music at the University of Liverpool on July 8th.
It is hoped to keep this website going at least for the time being.
InfoIcoSq Site info LaptopIcon Computer
AudiovisIcon2 Audiovisual TextsIco32 Writings
TeachTransp Teaching 32fingerprint Personal
KnutNäv32 Political MiscIcon3 Miscellaneous

SearchIcon32 Search this site

Google: Yahoo: MSN:


DIRECT LINKS to pages at

 TOF AVicon Audiovisual




TOF LaptopIcon Computer

#TOF 32fingerprint Personal Wikipedia icon

#TOF KnutenNäve Rants & political*

#TOFInfoi3 Site

#TOF TeachTransp Teaching & academic

#TOF Access to texts by P Tagg and other authors Writings (books, articles, etc.)

#TOF MiscBox Miscellaneous

#TOF Upd. Tagg 2022-10-06

“A democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than the their democratic state itself. That ... is fascism.” (US President Roosvelt, 1938)