Aarhus - The City of Denmark Open 2006

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  1. EastDevil

    EastDevil Regular Member

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    So its Gaae, not Gae-de right?
     
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    Err... kinda hard to explain, u can say both, but none of them are completely correct.
     
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    Huh? None of them are completely correct? Anyway, it seems more like Gae-de though as I saw Peter Gade himself say it something like Gae-de in one video when he said "Hi, <something> Peter Gae-de..."
     
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    Yeah... u can say it's more like Gae-de, but in we don't pronounce the "d".
     

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