Talk:Piano Concerto No. 21 (Mozart)
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Expansion of this article
Egemont and I are currently expanding this article under User:Pianoplonkers/Sandbox 3 and will upload it as soon as we have finished doing this. Thanks--Pianoplonkers (talk) 16:45, 18 October 2009 (UTC)
Copyright problem removed
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Possible other copyright problems
I also have a strong suspicion that virtually the entire Structure section (added in a single edit in 2006 ) may also have been copied from somewhere, possibly a book. Note that all sites on the internet currently displaying the text have copied from Wikipedia. Voceditenore (talk) 19:42, 23 October 2009 (UTC)
Song Sung Blue
Not a mention?! At this point I think far more people know this song than some obscure Swedish movie.
Incidentally, the movie was quite noticed, won some major international awards and did well at the box office - in short, it was anything but "obscure" in its day. Few movie nicknames of that kind survive a long time - for instance, recordings of Gustav Mahler's 5th Symphony are not billed as "the theme from Death in Venice" these days, though they sometimes were in the 1970s when the impact of the film was fresh. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 15:26, 28 November 2013 (UTC)