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Ira[edit]

Please don't add irrelevant information to articles, as you did to Ira, Iowa. Nyttend 01:32, 9 September 2007 (UTC)

Statin[edit]

I have temporarily removed your addition from statin, because there are some problems:

  • You wrote it in the style of a newspaper article, not that of an encyclopedia (see WP:Summary style for some style advice)
  • The content was about the combination of simvastatin with a cholesterol absorption inhibitor. Given that simvastatin itself has very good data, this is primarily a problem with ezetimibe and would therefore belong on the latter drug's page.

Please let me know if you have any questions. JFW | T@lk 21:32, 30 March 2008 (UTC)

Your Article[edit]

Hey, it nice to see you are creating articles. Please remember that articles are subject to Notability. If your article doesn't have references or make some assertion that article is notible using third party refrences it runs a high chance of being deleted. I would recommend creating a user subpage and working on the article there then transferring it to the article space once complete. -- Nn123645 (talk) 18:48, 24 June 2008 (UTC)

Will work on this. All the bios added are of notable people (e.g. Jonathan Biss), but I'll try to add references. - Brozhnik

Miram Fried --> Miriam Fried[edit]

Hi, FYI I moved the article you recently created, Miram Fried, to Miriam Fried. I assume the title was a typo? Joeblow179350 (talk) 19:31, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

Thanks, Joe - you're exactly right. Appreciated - Brozhnik

Perahia[edit]

Nice job with the Murray Perahia page!THD3 (talk) 13:12, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

Thanks!

Copyright concerns[edit]

Hi. On June 4th, another contributor marked Jacqueline Shire for copyright concerns, as it seems to be primarily copied from her official biography. It comes ripe for admin closure today, but I see that you have not been notified. Accordingly, I will place the template generated for this purpose below. Please excuse the text that presumes you are a new contributor; it is a fairly general template, but it includes some valuable links to help you verify our authorization to use text from that source. Although it has no copyright notice, it has no explicit disclaimer, either, which we require unless we can otherwise show that the text is free for use. Thanks, and please let me know if you have questions about this. I am relisting this article for another week and will be watching your talk page to see if I can clarify any of this. --Moonriddengirl (talk) 18:27, 12 June 2009 (UTC)

I note that Miriam Fried and John A. Butt also seem to contain text duplicated from official sources. Nadia Reisenberg seems to have been largely copied from [1]. As the template below explains, we cannot use such text unless we have verification of permission or the sources have explicit license disclaimer. --Moonriddengirl (talk) 18:38, 12 June 2009 (UTC)

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Thanks for these points, Moonriddengirl. I hope someone else will do something about Jacqueline Shire. Not quite sure what to do about the bio section of John A Butt, as it's a very plain factual chronology: he was born here, was educated there, then he went there, then he went there. Bullet points? One thing that I'd like to see fixed if I had the skill: the article should be titled "John Butt (musician)" - only on Wikipedia is the subject known as John A Butt. If you could fix that, it would be helpful to users, I think. Thanks again.

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I have been unable to find any published sources (e.g., newspaper obituaries), other than in an announcement sent to members of the American Musicological Society listserv and the news page of its website (to which I linked). A full obit will be in the next issue of the AMS newsletter, which is usually posted online. If there is a newspaper obit, as there may be in Oakland,CA, i have failed to track one down. although I tried. That she was the author of Rhythmic Gesture in Mozart, gave the Bloch lectures, was a professor and chair at Cal, was a Guggenheim fellow, and was the president of AMS - all are public info. But her death (very sad news to me) - well, if the AMS website doesn't count, you need a newspaper obit, and and I'll seek one tonight.

Oboe Concerto[edit]

Hi, thanks for your information on Strauss's Oboe Concerto. Hoever, it's too much information for the Strauss article. The info needs to be transferred to the article on the Oboe Concerto (Strauss) itself. I've added a lot of what you wrote to the article on de Lancie, and was about to then remove it from the Strauss article and add it to the Oboe Concerto article, but I see you are still adding to the section. Anyway, could you please move the material to the concerto article, and then do your adding to it there? Thanks very much. All the best, -- Softlavender (talk) 04:11, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

Addendum: I noticed you were done and so I made the move myself. I added the information to the articles on the Oboe Concerto (which needed expanding) and De Lancie. I removed the bulk of it from the Strauss article, because it was overly detailed for that section and article. Cheers, Softlavender (talk) 07:50, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

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Alex Klein[edit]

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No problem: another entry on her was made by someone else, is excellent, and is part of wikipedia, so it's all taken care of Brozhnik (talk) 15:20, 9 August 2013 (UTC)

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Please do delete my entry - someone else has since created an entry on Wye Jamison Allanbrook, and it is excellent and now part of Wikipedia, so my intent (that this important thinker be covered in Wikipedia) has already been realized. Thank you!Brozhnik (talk) 20:30, 8 September 2013 (UTC)

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A page you started (Shi-Yeon Sung) has been reviewed![edit]

Thanks for creating Shi-Yeon Sung, Brozhnik!

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This is short, but I think it contains enough expansion that I didn't mark it as a "stub." It would be interesting to see more about the specific works conducted. I added a flag about the Korean name. Please check that it is correct.

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