Woman Performing Heaven's Mirror

Delfina performing the song "Heaven's Mirror"

Delfina Potocka is a student of Frédéric François Chopin who appears at his bedside during the events of Eternal Sonata.

Real WorldEdit

Delfina Potocka was a Polish countess and a student of Frederic Chopin in her youth. She maintained a friendship with Chopin and the "Little Dog Waltz" was composed in her honor.[1]


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Delfina appears at Chopin's bedside with Ludwika Jedrzejewiczowa during the scenes leading up to Chopin's death at Number 12 Place Vendôme. As the Doctor tending Chopin suggests that Chopin might come to think of the world he's experiencing in his dreams as his reality, Delfina notes that if this the case, then he may never return to their reality.

After the Doctor announces Chopin's death, Delfina turns her head away in sadness. Later, she alone is left in the room with Chopin's body. His spiritual form rises from the body and heads to a piano, where he begins playing a tune inspired by his experience in the dream-world and Polka. As he continues to play, Delfina appears to hear the music and begins singing an Italian operetta to the tune of the music.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • In real life, the Duchess Marcelina Czartoryska was present at Chopin's death-bed, rather than Delfina. Her presence is apparently poetic license on the part of the game's creators and her name is only given in the closing credits for the original Japanese release of Eternal Sonata.

Notes and referencesEdit

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