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The person that has used the word crooner to describe Georges Brassens either does not understand the English word, or knows nothing about Georges Brassens, who was a singing poet, not a crooner. --Jidu Boite (talk) 18:00, 13 March 2012 (UTC)
If Adamo has received a knighthood from the King of the Belgians, one may not add the word Knight to his name as it has been done in this article. One must keep it in the original. Thus the composer Christoph Willibald Gluck was made a knight (in German: Ritter) and he is known in English as Christoph Willibald, Ritter von Gluck —in the original. If Italian, Cavaliere, if French, the Chevalier so-and-so, and so on. Salvatore [Ridder van/Chevalier] Adamo.