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Angelica Frey

Angelica Frey is an Italian former scholar in Classics who just got her master’s degree in journalism from NYU. She has written for Saveur and First We Feast and is now a regular contributor to New York Magazine’s Bedford+Bowery. She has a soft spot for Germanic mythology, Tchaikovsky and Japanese pop culture.

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Thieves of Pop: Two 1969 Tunes that Stole from Classical Masterpieces

Arguably the most well known 1960s pop song derived from classical material is Procol Harum’s “A Whiter Shade of Pale.” The band’s debut single...