Talk:Robert Holford Macdowall Bosanquet

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Rainwarrior, please discuss your deletions here[edit]

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I restored some information deleted by Rainwarrior earlier without any discussion here. Commator 15:33, 30 July 2007 (UTC)

Since these were the same as links I was removing from 53 equal temperament I considered it unnecessary. My edit summary said "rm links: unuseful page and self promotion (see Talk:53 equal temperament)", and later after you reinserted the link that was supposedly a source for stating that Phil and Pam Fluke restored an organ, I reviewed the linked page and found no mention of that organ, which is why I left the edit summary "rm link: this statement might be true, but the link does not support it directly (no mention of Bosanquet, or a microtonal organ)". Anyway, because the page including the picture of the Enharmonium has since changed to mention the Flukes the statement is more supportable, and the way it looks now after Mireut's modification I think is okay. - Rainwarrior 16:20, 30 July 2007 (UTC)

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I put back together all the stuff supporting the main text and moved the part about the Flukes out to the parenthesis after the Allan cite for now since the article is so short. - Mireut 15:46, 30 July 2007 (UTC)