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What’s A Forensic Musicologist? Here’s What

“Peter Oxendale, a onetime glam rocker (‘We all have skeletons,’ he says), is perhaps the world’s leading forensic musicologist, the person musicians call when they believe someone has ripped off their work. In a penthouse overlooking the English Channel, he analyzes songs, everything from pop hits to classical pieces, until he is sure there has […]
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