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Your note on my talk page[edit]

Hi Albertoreyes and thanks for your note about Dinorah Varsi. I think she sounds notable enough and it also sounds as if you have got some additional references that support the article. Absolutely do include the name of critic, name of publication and date published (so that at least people can track down the original review). No need to try and get an online version if it doesn't exist. I would add the El Pais online obituary as newspaper obits are clear evidence of notabiity and newspapers are generally considered very reliable on their facts, so it would also support other biographical information. This feature in German might also prove useful [1] – and this one from Berliner Zeitung newspaper [2]. You would be fine to list her recordings – I agree that would add weight. I am not a musical specialist, but if you need further advice you could always ask some of the people who work on WikiProject Classical Music – they look a friendly bunch and share your passion for promoting the subject. You'll find a link here [3] Hope that helps. Libby norman (talk) 17:24, 15 August 2013 (UTC)