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    What music do you use for your skating?

    Hey everyone I'm new to the forums and I was wondering what is your music for freestyle or showcase this season?

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    My free music is by Bond. They're the group that preformed the music for Yaguden's Winter SP. I have 2 interpretives: Stairway to Heaven by Grgorian a German male choral group and music from the Amalie Soundtrack.

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    I do ISI
    Freestyle is the Pink Panther
    Footwork is Cirque du Soliei
    Light Entertainment is Ruslana's Wild Dances

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    I have Bond music too!!!! That was my freestyle music for Preliminary Limited was Bond "I'll Fly Away" and my new music for Pre Juv freestyle is "Nightmare Before Christmas". I compete Group 2 or Group 3 showcase and my music for this season is "Fabulous" from High School Musical 2.

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    I injured my back and it affected my leg so no freestyle for me this season....just spotlight (ISI). My music is "I wanna be bad" I can't remember the singer. It's a jazzy flapper-type of number.

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    I will competing as an intermediate next season, so I am gonna have a Short AND a freeskate! I can't wait. I am going to skate a a selection of Karl Jenkins music for my long and an "summertime" for my short.

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    If I compete: Somewhere in Time

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    If anyone here likes piano music, I highly suggest:

    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...ndid=268116654

    Elijah Bossenbroek is a talented pianist. His music is also very skateable.

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    For interpretive light/comedy, "Skaters' Waltz"; for interpretive artistic/dramatic, "Marco Polo" performed by Loreena McKennitt; for freestyle, "Rhapsody in Blue."

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    Fs Sugarplum fairy techo by bond prelim
    artistic dont give up by josh groban

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    I am just about to get new music and it will be the soundtrack from the movie Gettysburg!!! I am so excited!

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    For my freeskate I'm using selections from West Side Story.
    My Canadian interpretive program is When You're Gone by Avril Lavigne.

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    Woooow!! His music is so beautiful and plesant to hear... thanx for suggest

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    This year I am using a combination of two different versions of Marching season, one by Yanni and one by The Vitamen String Quartet, La valse d' Amelie by Yann Tiersen, and Turnadot:Nessun Dorma! by the Cincinatti Pops Orchestra.

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