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    pietra-dekker
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    I want to name my harp, but i can’t think of a good name. I think it’s male, because it has dragons on the soundboard. Any ideas?

    Also, I want to know of other people’s experiences in naming their instruments.

    #106360
    Philippa mcauliffe
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    Cadwaladr has a

    #106361
    Jessica A
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    Look on the forum AMATEUR HARPISTS.

    #106362
    Emily Rose
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    r

    #106363
    Mel Sandberg
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    This is quite a succinct reply – I like it.

    #106364
    pietra-dekker
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    Thanks. I ended up naming it Arach, although I did look at other names on the website too, but none of them worked as well.

    #106365
    unknown-user
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    I named mine….or rather he named himself….My Curly…after cartoonists’, Michael Leunig’s whimsical character, who has the same curl on his head, as my harp.

    “Physically, what sets Mr Curly apart is his cranial dissimilarity, “… the curl is the tender, unfurling motion of nature’s growth; the unfolding consciousness; the way in which the heart reaches out into the world”

    Here is harp…

    http://www.thomharps.com.au/Olwen8.html

    The photo does not do credit to his physical presence…and he booms!

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