Professor Paul Hudak has written a new work on using Haskell for musical expression, entitled The Haskell School of Music: From Signals to Symphonies (see

Too often, titles on computer programming end up being dry publications that merely describe the syntax and semantics of a programming language without explaining any inspirational ideas for it. However, Professor Hudak is able to motivate the study of Haskell with concepts from other fields that focus on the school of expression unique to the language.

Similarly to Professor Hudak's other work, The Haskell School of Expression: Learning Functional Programming through Multimedia (see, this book uses concepts from another field, in this case, music, to motivate the exploration of Haskell.
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