Keith Clarke - 4 June 2013
The RPS does history really well, and has done ever since it slipped Beethoven £100 on his death bed. But our own age has seen a shift in emphasis for an organisation that acknowledges the laurels but maintains a firm grip on the modern-day needs of the music world.
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