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Video: Will the Music from the Hit Movie Frozen See Dante through Hell? Take a Look!

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A clever parody 750 years after the famous poet’s birth.

This parody of "Let It Go," written and performed by Sean Coyle, comes from the best-known song in Disney’s animated feature film, Frozen. Fans of the 14th-century poet, Dante Alighieri, are bound to smile at the clever remake of the modern song using the storyline from "Inferno," part of Dante’s famous epic poem, Divine Comedy — considered the greatest literary work ever composed in Italian, and a world-renowned literary masterpiece. "Inferno," which means "hell" in Italian is followed by "Purgatorio" and "Paradiso" in the Divine Comedy. The poem is an allegory of Dante’s journey through Hell, as he is guided by the Roman poet, Virgil. 
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