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Does your piano have a name?

Poll ended at Fri Mar 25, 2005 9:23 pm

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Yes
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Total votes : 6

Postby lace_panties on Tue Mar 22, 2005 8:55 pm

HAHA! had my diploma today. yes, it was fine thanks.

in answer to your question, It's *DipLCM*

wooo
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Postby TheRach on Sat Mar 26, 2005 3:45 am

lace_panties wrote:My piano is called Eugene. :lol:

It occured to me, a little while back (today) that some people consider this unusual. :(

Anyone else name their piano? if so, what are their names? :wink:


I've always wanted to name my piano something, haven't come up with something I really like yet, though.
And since we're on the subject of names, I must say, what an interesting forum username you have chosen.

citrine_peridot wrote:About a year ago, a dude, fatanticpianist (or facialpianist???) post his wedding picture in the member's section in the OLD Chopinfiles, of course, he got a lot of congratulation replys from the member, three of them are------>
An!ma' :" name your first kid Frederic"
then i replied : "what if it's a girl?"
Nocturneguy: "Frederica Chopina"
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I still feel sorry for that kid


Ah yes, that was FanaticalPianist I think. And there was his FTP, which we called FP's FTP. Lots of good stuff there.
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Postby citrine_peridot on Sat Mar 26, 2005 8:07 pm

arhhhhhh!!!!!!!!it's not working

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Postby lace_panties on Sat Mar 26, 2005 8:20 pm

Why is "lace_panties" so unusual/interesting/scandalous/etc..?
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Postby Joffrey on Mon Mar 28, 2005 5:01 pm

Chozart wrote:
Helling wrote:
citrine_peridot wrote:i know it's unnecessary to say somthing like this , but i will NEVER name my piano "frederica chopina "(ahhhhh! i can't get rid of it from my memory)


Hmm isn't the a-ending the polish way of phrasing possessive form? Because I was surprised when I read Frederika Chopina or something in some edition of Chopin's works.

I think they alter the ending slightly, and then incorporate the a-ending. I'm just thinking it's that, because that's how many Slavs do it


I don't know about polish, but in Russian, the A-ending indicates feminine form.

f.i.

Male:

Rachmaninov
Petrof
Gergiev

female:

Petrova
Shybayeva
Kolesova
Kuschnerova
Nikolayeva

So mr. and mrs. Petrof would be; Mr. Petrof and mrs. Petrova
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Postby Nocturneguy on Fri Apr 29, 2005 11:41 pm

MWWWWWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAA....I really don't remember saying dat...
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