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So, I just read the bulk of Wikipedia:Cite_sources and the talk section. I agree with those who want MLA-style, but whatever, this is not that important to me. Either way, if you're going to use APA in the text (which is the quote you cite above), you must also have the citation in APA, not MLA. So, I put the citation in APA, and now we can all be happy! I'm just glad someone cares enough about the Rudhyar entry to correct the citation. --Cpomeara 21:30, 27 Oct 2004 (UTC)
- The above discussion seems like a moot point at this juncture, since the article really doesn't have ANY in-text citations... I don't know if at some point the above discussion refers to citations that were originally included & have since been removed, but regardless of the style, this article does required in-text citations. So I am tagging it for a lack of in-text citations. Stevenmitchell (talk) 23:47, 19 August 2008 (UTC)
Can someone add something about the origin of Rudhyar's Sanskrit name? Badagnani 01:39, 18 November 2005 (UTC)
- Do you want it? It is based on the Rudraksha, which Wiki describes as a large, evergreen broadleaf tree. The confirmation of this are the seeds, which are used in Hindu rosaries. Rudhyar described himself as a "seed man". Like as not, the French or Latin version of Rudraksha will be Rudhyar. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 02:25, 26 December 2013 (UTC)
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Carol J. Oja's article about Dane Rudhyar
It seems that it's online for everyone to view here: http://www.music.fas.harvard.edu/faculty/Rudhyar1999.pdf Anyone interested in his role in the ultra-modernistic movement is recomended to read it (and add info to the wikipedia article!).
Besides "Dane Rudhyar"
he (I presume this was he) also used a combination of his names, "Rudhyar D. Chennevière", as in the header for an article he wrote for the Musical Quarterly ("Erik Satie and the Music of Irony", Vol. V, No.4, October 1919, pp.469-78. Viewable at the Internet Archive, starting here.) Schissel | Sound the Note! 11:47, 28 February 2016 (UTC)
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