Lebrecht wrong

Norman Lebrecht has a new book, Maestros, Masterpieces and Madness published on April 5th.

The Penguin press release tells us: ' Norman Lebrecht is Assistant Editor of the Evening Standard and presenter of lebrecht.live on BBC Radio 3.'

Hope the facts in the book are more accurate than the press release.

As was revealed here Lebrecht Live was dropped from the BBC Radio 3 schedules in January.

Now read how Lebrecht blusters as blogs bloom

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Elaine Fine said…
I got a chance to read the galley. It is indeed a "personal" view of the recording industry. I'm excited to read the reaction by people kind enough to share their reactions in their music blogs, but I guess I have to wait until April for that.

Mine is here (with the American title):


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