This article sketches the significance of aurality in hypermedia, notes that the field of English studies is constructing the World Wide Web as a verbal and visual medium, and proposes a transtextual framework to aid technical communicators in designing musical hypermedia. Because the study of music on the World Wide Web is nascent, this article includes references to art and film music, whose theories and practices are substantially developed.
Music, Transtextuality, and the World Wide WebTechnical Communication Quarterly
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)10.1080/10572250802708337
Citation InformationRichards, Anne R. "Music, Transtextuality, and the World Wide Web." Technical Communication Quarterly 18.2 (2009) 188-209.