lace_panties wrote:My piano is called Eugene.
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?
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"
I still feel sorry for that kid
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
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