User talk:Oliver.tarney

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Greetings, and welcome to Wikipedia. I noticed you (and your anonymous self 84.92.38.218) editing Herbert Howells among others. Always delighted to see someone else editing in the classical music sections.

Pretty much anything you could hope to read about editing Wikipedia is linked at the Wikipedia:Community portal. (The Wikipedia:Simplified Ruleset is a good overview, though.)

I noticed that the image you have uploaded appears to be directly off the Stainer & Bell website, which is unfortunately probably an infringement of their copyright. I hope I'm wrong, here, and that you have found a source of free-use images of 20th century composers (something we're all on the lookout for)! Unfortunately Wikipedia cannot display copyright images unless the copyright holder licenses it. Could you please clarify the copyright status of the image?

I hope you stay around! Happy editing! --RobertGtalk 08:43, 12 May 2005 (UTC)

Image:St Ann's.JPG has been listed for deletion[edit]

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Orphaned fair use image (Image:CANTICA LOGO.jpg)[edit]

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