Thanks, Karenjc! As you may see on the user page I've been on Wikipedia before. I've no intention to play puppetry, just wanted something different. I've been reading The Once and Future King lately - that book suggested the user name. Glatisant (talk) 07:56, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
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- 3 Ralph Hale Mottram
- 4 Janáček
- 5 Night music
- 6 Wandervogel
- 7 User name change
- 8 Corneille
- 9 Lampaul-Guimiliau Parish close
- 10 Dear “kilobytes of original and neutral text”:
- 11 Disambiguation link notification for June 4
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Hi. Under some of the clarinet keys is a little spring, indispensable for the playing, and probably that spring was broken. I´ve found the source again, it´s typo there. My source (the score) says it´s key string. I´ve used the formulation without careful checking. Thank you for your notice, I´ll fix it. Vejvančický (talk) 09:19, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
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- I made a mistake, but corrected it. The last thing I want in the world is to confuse a bot! The article is now titled Ralph Hale Mottram and the redirect R.H. Mottram, which, I think, is an improvement. Glatisant (talk) 01:30, 8 September 2008 (UTC)
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Hi! Thanks for checking the article, I appreciate this! I´ve added some more important facts on Janáček currently. By the way, I´m a bookseller in the Czech Republic :) Have a nice day Vejvančický (talk) 15:31, 13 September 2008 (UTC)
- That's a fascinating article on Bartók's night music. I was wondering if other composers could be said to have composed night music, too - was it a genre? I'm thinking of Hindemith's In einer Nacht for piano, and maybe I could find a few Szymanowski pieces. By the way, all mp3's of audible music are Not Available anymore. Could you find them again? Best wishes, Soczyczi (talk) 22:45, 26 September 2008 (UTC)
a while ago. I haven't been very active lately but finaaly have some time again. I wondered myself how we can delineate and mark the borders of 'night music' both within Bartók's works, and in all classical music. i think wikipedia is not the place for research and debate, but if you want to add to the article that would be great. I am living in Holland myself, Den Haag to be precise. I you want to contact me, you can e-mail to kenessey at zonnet dot nl. RobertKennesy (talk) 19:03, 30 December 2008 (UTC)
Hello, thanks for your message. I did not realize the image was not in the public domain. Please be so kind as to let me know when you post your images, I am curious to see them. Regards, Haiduc (talk) 01:16, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
User name change
Hello, I see that you have recently started editing using a different username. Per WP:UNC, you should request the username change following that procedure so that our records are updated.
Also, your reversion of deleted content by an anon IP to Fred MacMurray had the effect of restoring some unsourced, defamatory content added a short time previously yesterday by another anon IP. I had already warned the first IP about adding unsourced, unverifiable content of this nature after the second anon IP undid it. talk 12:40, 20 February 2009 (UTC)
- I see, you are right, concerning MacMurray. As for the first part of your message, I started as Glatisant in June 2008, not 'recently'. I don't think it's any use doing it again the red tape way after eight months and thousands of edits (mainly on the Dutch wikipedia). Glatisant 15:05, 20 February 2009 (UTC)
Dear Glatisant, http://17emesiecle.free.fr/Corneille.php http://nitescence.free.fr/noblesse.htm Coat of Arms was handed together with letters of nobility to Pierre Corneille's Father in January 1637 by King Louis XIII so that his son would be regarded as born noble, this as a token of appreciation for writing 'Le Cid'. The title handed to Corneille was Esquire, in 1669 similar letters were handed in favor of Pierre and Thomas Corneille, this time accompanied by the title Chevalier. Pierre Corneille was one of my ancestors as established trough genealogical research. I hope this answers the question you posted in your changes to the article Pierre Corneille. Warmest Regards, Vonsaxen--Vonsaxen (talk) 18:42, 10 February 2013 (UTC)
A few more links to establish this fact: http://www.nndb.com/people/159/000025084/ http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/m-franois-guizot/corneille-and-his-times-ziu/page-29-corneille-and-his-times-ziu.shtml
Lampaul-Guimiliau Parish close
- Thank you for your excellent article about a marvelous parish close. Glatisant (talk) 07:43, 8 April 2015 (UTC)
Dear “kilobytes of original and neutral text”:
I copied here my comment from Simon Dach:
I wasn’t shouting, you did in the title. Here is the link: Go to Elbląg page, hit Talk. Now go to the lowest yellow box and click “Show”. Look at the fifth verse. Simon Dach lived in a country under Polish suzerainty, which took 200 years. I’m including the Teutonic period. That’s shared history for me. And Poles lived there too, they kept the language till 1945. You writers are very important, but so are we – the proof readers. Sincerely Atabir (talk) 16:05, 19 September 2015 (UTC)
Always ready to help.
Atabir (talk) 20:01, 21 September 2015 (UTC)
- Well, fair enough, for your point of view. But you just changed some things in the article, without motivation or discussion. It doesn't seem like working on a reliable and neutral encyclopedia, but just like activism. Glatisant (talk) 23:18, 4 June 2016 (UTC)
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