One of the more interesting subjects covered in The Life and Death of Classical Music is the career of Peter Gelb in the recording industry. He began by helping to steal Vladimir Horowitz from DG to Sony just before he died.
Gelb's biggest success by far was the soundtrack for Titanic, something he hadn't really wanted to do and couldn't repeat. Let's all wish him better success in his present position.
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