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    - Robin Cousins - his own programs as a professional
    - Slavka Button - her programs for Janet Lynn, and later even one for Mark Mitchell
    - Marina Zoueva - for G&G

    the common thread... great skaters performing their work

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonssoyou View Post
    David Wilson

    Jeff Buttle

    -Gelsomina 2001 Sears Open LP
    http://kr.youtube.com/watch?v=Of59rPBfDlc
    Oh my, that was highly enjoyable!!! Great skating, great music and great choreography... Unfortunately many skaters don´t seem to understand that great skating is not enough, LOL.

    I think that Wilson and Morozov are my favourite choreographers this moment.
    Last edited by Jaana; 07-15-2008 at 08:03 AM.

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    Sandra Bezic, Lori Nichol, David Wilson, Chris Dean all top my list

    up and comers - Kurt Browning and Denis Petukhov

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms.Anthrope View Post
    I don't know who choreographed this, but I never get tired of watching Robin Cousins.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=7a7sSuPpmcc
    Robin choreographed "Satan Takes a Holiday" himself. He choreographed almost all of his own skating, which was an awful lot of numbers over many years. If you are interested, there are lists of Robin's choreography, both for himself and for other skaters, on his web page.

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    I love his Satan Takes A Holiday

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    For me,David Wilson and Sandra Bezic.
    Buttles's programmes along with D/L's fabulous somewhere in time were amazing.
    And Lu Chen's programmes were so well choreographed by Sandra Bezic.

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    I really liked Sandra Bezic's choreography for Joannie Rochette's, "Little Wing". I'll have to check her work out with Chen Lu later on YouTube. Lori Nichol is consistently high on my barometer because her choreography really fits the ambiance of the music.

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