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Wikipedia Help Survey[edit]

Hi there, my name's Peter Coombe and I'm a Wikimedia Community Fellow working on a project to improve Wikipedia's help system. At the moment I'm trying to learn more about how people use and find the current help pages. If you could help by filling out this brief survey about your experiences, I'd be very grateful. It should take less than 10 minutes, and your responses will not be tied to your username in any way.

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Das Dreimäderlhaus[edit]

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You're getting closer, but references must include, at a minimum, a. the author's name, b. the title of the piece, c. the page number or url, d. the date of publication, and e. the name of the publisher. Also, consider whether this list is balanced and complete. It would not make sense to name just a few of Tauber's performances and to leave out the most important ones - are you listing the most important ones? If so, please revise to add the necessary reference information. Here is what you had: In October 1921, he sang five performances at the Theatre an der Wien in Vienna [ref: Neue Freie Presse], and in 1932 began a series of performances in Dresden, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris [Ref: Willi Korb: Richard Tauber, Wien, 1966]. All the best! -- Ssilvers (talk) 00:42, 29 November 2012 (UTC)

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December 2013[edit]

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  • to become a conductor. The role of Sandor Barinkay that evening was sung by [[Richard Tauber]]. (Ref: Seifert, Wolfgang: Günter Wand: So und nicht anders; Mainz, 2007]

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August 2014[edit]

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  • Recordings exist of many of her great performances of both full operas and arias and scenes. {{cn|date=March 2014} Among them, a live Adriana Lecouvrer from Naples in 1959 with [[Franco

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