“In many cases these publishers are basically getting the revenue off of composers who are dead for a very long time,” Mr. Guo said. “The Internet has become the dominant form of communication. Copyright law needs to change with it. We want people to have access to this material to foster creativity. Personally I don’t feel pity for these publishers.”
This comment by Mr. Guo has personal resonance:
“Composing is very good until you have to pay your bills,” he said.
As does this one, however much at odds it is with the last one:
“As a musician I have a duty to promote music. That’s the basic philosophy behind it.”