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File permission problem with File:Connie Converse.jpg[edit]

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File permission problem with File:Photo of Geoffroy de Lagasnerie.jpg[edit]

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Connie Converse[edit]

Hello DigitalPraxis,


I was looking for my dedicated section on Connie Converse's Wiki page about the CD of art songs called Connie's Piano Songs. I see that you changed the text in August 2015 [1] to summarize her legacy on artists like me in general, but deleted some material I had added [2] about what I consider to be significant about the recording.

In doing so, did you also delete a separate page dedicated to this album? I can't remember, and have tried searching the deletion log to no avail. I hope my tone is not accusatory...I am merely looking for some leads on where this page might have gone, and saw that you made the most substantial edits to my addition on Connie's page. Do you mind explaining your decision to do so, and also to move Connie's Piano Songs to its own section, "Additional Discography"?

Wisteriatree (talk) 18:54, 21 February 2016 (UTC)

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For your edits on Connie Converse! Nighblooming (talk) 18:31, 10 March 2016 (UTC)