Talk:Renata Borgatti

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"It has often been suggested that this musical relationship continued due to a lesbian affair " Need a source. Who has suggested this? Giano | talk 21:22, 10 May 2006 (UTC)

Seriously, this article says very little about her as a pianist. It's all about her private life. Is this because she is a woman? This article gives me the impression that her profession was having love affairs, and that she was a musician only in her spare time. Would anyone describe a male pianist this way, describing with whom and when he had romantic relationships but saying almost nothing about his musical activities?

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