B0241. Who Killed Classical Music? – Maestros, Managers, and Corporate Politics. Norman Lebrecht. Secaucus, NJ, Carol Publishing Group, 1997. 455pp. Index; Bibliography; Coroner’s Report; Photos; DJ. - 9781559724159
“WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS (US title: WHO KILLED CLASSICAL MUSIC, 1997) is the first documented history of the classical music business, presenting an exposé of its backstage workings and predicting the collapse of the record industry.
Norman Lebrecht is a British commentator on music and cultural affairs and a novelist. He was a columnist for The Daily Telegraph from 1994 until 2002 and assistant editor of the Evening Standard from 2002 until 2009. On BBC Radio 3, he has presented lebrecht.live from 2000 and The Lebrecht Interview from 2006.”
- Z. D. Akron