Paul McCartney Was ‘Always Frightened’ of Classical Music

Paul McCartney is an award-winning songwriter, creating music for The Beatles and expanding his work with the London Symphony Orchestra. However, in 1968, the artist revealed that he “dreaded classical music and the particular composers behind the genre.”

Paul McCartney wrote ‘pop’ music for the Beatles

Portrait of British musician Paul McCartney playing an acoustic guitar against a red background | Robert R. McElroy/Getty Images

Paul McCartney is one half of Lennon and McCartney’s songwriting duo. He is credited on “Come Together,” “Strawberry Fields Forever,” “A Day In the Life,” “Let It Be,” and other Beatles hits.

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