User talk:Redboydrue

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Hi Redboydrue, and welcome to Wikipedia! I've written some advice for past students in a similar class at Longy School of Music which you might find helpful. You'll find it here. If you need help, check out Wikipedia:Questions, ask me on my talk page (User talk:Voceditenore), or place {{helpme}} here on your talk page, ask your question, and another editor will come along to help. You might also be interested in WikiProject Classical music, WikiProject Composers, and WikiProject Contemporary music. They have various guidelines for articles in this area and talk pages where you can ask advice from editors experienced in writing articles on classical music and related subjects. You'll find these guides particularly useful: WikiProject Composers: Guide to online research and WikiProject Composers: Copyright guidelines. Happy editing and best wishes, Voceditenore (talk) 07:29, 1 July 2011 (UTC)

Song analysis on "Come Together"[edit]

Hi Redboydrue and welcome to Wikipedia. After you added the "Song analysis" section on "Come Together", there have been a few modifications to it. A recent change here looks like vandalism, as it is from an IP with no explanation. Normally I'd revert it as an unexplained change to sourced (or referenced) content, but the "Song analysis" section doesn't appear to be sourced even though you might have intended it that way. When you added the section, you also added some references here, but they don't appear to source the new section, since they don't appear inside a {{sfn}} template within the section itself. An example is in the "Personnel" section of the article where you can see the reference [7], which is listed in the "Notes" section. See WP:REF for more info. I suggest your references be added into the Song analysis section so it appears sourced. If you need help let me know on your talk page, or I can add them for you. CuriousEric 21:55, 18 September 2011 (UTC)