Does Jackie's Elgar really need reinvigorating?

"Our acquisition of the renowned labels, EMI Classics and Virgin Classics, will open up huge scope for us to reinvigorate our approach to classical music, starting with the development of a new brand for our activities in this genre" - Warner Music Group CEO Steve Cooper quoted in Music Week April 2013.

"Or should we not be protecting great intellectual properties from the ravages of the free market and safeguarding them for future generations by establishing some form of international cultural exception?" - On An Overgrown Path February 2010.
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David Cavlovic comments via Facebook - 'I weep for the industry, and prepared with intense collecting for the cultural drought'.

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