Talk:Roland Trogan

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Article issues – November 2010[edit]

  • This article had previously been tagged as "appearing to have been copied and pasted from a source, possibly in violation of a copyright". I could find no evidence of this text existing elsewhere and removed the tag. It is more likely to have been first written off-line as a draft and then pasted into the article. It is also highly likely that it has been written by someone who personally knows Roland Trgoan, as it contains personal information which has not been published elsewhere, personal opinions, and promotional language. I have heavily edited the article to correct this.

    However, there are still many assertions about his life and accomplishments that have no supporting references. I gave matked these with {{fact}}. If these claims are not referenced to reliable sources within one week, I will remove them, particularly those concerning the witdrawal of a Fulbright Scholarship and the list of famous people to whose families he allegedly gave music lessons. The article also states that he has written a book, The Circle and the Diamond: The Odyssey of Music. However I can find no evidence that it has ever been published. This needs references to (a) verify that it has been published and (b) what its contents are. If they are not provided, the article will be edited accordingly.

    To the creator of this article and future editors, please read the following guidelines and make sure you observe them:

Voceditenore (talk) 08:42, 3 November 2010 (UTC)