Walter Legge — British Businessman born on June 01, 1906, died on March 22, 1979

Harry Walter Legge was an influential English classical record producer, most notably for EMI. His recordings include many sets later regarded as classics and reissued by EMI as "Great Recordings of the Century". He worked in the recording industry from 1927, combining this with the post of junior music critic of The Manchester Guardian. He was assistant to Sir Thomas Beecham at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and in World War II played a role in bringing music to the armed forces and civilians... (wikipedia)

I am convinced that in the arts, committees are useless.
Democracy is fatal for the arts; it leads only to chaos or the achievement of new and lower common denominators of quality.
I disliked singing in English and neither liked the story nor the character of Cressida.