Talk:Santa María de Iquique (cantata)
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The name of this composition should be Santa María de Iquique, there is already a page as "Santa maria de iquique" which spells the name incorrectly, lower case with no tilde - this was carelessly done. The current page is fairly good but it ultimately should be placed under "Santa María de Iquique".Moshe-paz 04:57, 20 April 2007 (UTC)
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this cantata tells the history of the Santa_María_de_Iquique massacre, occurred 1907 to the workers of the Saltpeter works. The "Salitreras" (Saltpeter works) are an important phase of the economic, social and political life of Chile at the end of the 19 century and beginning of the 20 century and they must be put in a common category in order to inform the reader about the relation to other articles in the wikipedia.
This rationale is valid also for some articles that are still "stub"-class. The fact that the Salitreras are not mentioned in the stub doesn't mean that it is not related to. It means only that the article has to be improved to a normal WP article, this regards for example Pedro Gamboni. --Best regards, Keysanger (what?) 09:21, 21 March 2013 (UTC)