Oh, and you can add Jeff Buttle's Ararat to the list as well.
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I found Matt Savoie's SP from COC which I think is the same as the program he did at Nationals. This program along with The Mission and Adagio are so beautiful and yet he was so underscored in all of the events.
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Don't know if anyone added these or not, but I'll throw a couple more of my fav Canadians into the mix...
Dubreuil and Lauzon - "Somewhere in Time" (Cried like a baby when I saw them skate it live at Skate Canada 2005!)
Joannie Rochette - "Firebird" (Particularly her Canadians performance of it because it was the best ever IMO)
joannie, new sig program, or is it old? Immortal Beloved.
Nyah for Kurt Browning. Freakishly awesome.
Picasso's Dance for Yukina Ota. Turandot for Shiz obviously.
B/S- Lady Caliph
I can't quite narrow down for Kwan, Suguri, Cohen, and Kim.
Probably beating a dead horse here, but Sasha's Romeo and Juliet will probably never be touched (when clean). And for me, Johnny's "Love is War" program is one of his best.
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I don't have any others that haven't been mentioned, but I just wanted to say that I hadn't seen G&P's The Feeling Begins before seeing the link in this thread, and it BLEW ME AWAY. I can't believe they were that good back in 87.
she takes the audience on her journey of emotions
What a gorgeous program, indeed. Those transitions into the jumps are pretty difficult even by today's standards, no? Few recent skaters have ever shown natural theatrical ability like Nicole Bobek. I'm not saying it's not choreographed but it doesn't seem forced at all.
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Melissa Gregory & Denis Petukhov's "Fallen Angels/Adam & Eve" free dance.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFfKF300k6A
can't wait to see them skate LIVE again when they're in Fairbanks this summer! it's been far too long!
Gotta Have Music
That program was gorgeous! I also loved it when they teamed up with Johnny at the 2007 Marshalls event. "Fallen Angels" was the highlight of the show, if you ask me!
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How wonderful that you'll get to see them again!
Wicked Yankee Girl
Ryan Bradley, Amadeus LP 2010
The other choice would be his Happy Birthday Variations SP from 2007 US Nationals (I don't have a copy)
When I think of Peggy Fleming, it's her pro program to Pachelbel's Canon, but it isn't on youtube. It is on one of the Magic Moments on Ice tapes,though.
Wicked Yankee Girl
Rudi Galindo's portrayal of Baron Rothbart in Swan Lake 1996 LP
Some beautiful programs, Doris! I remember Peggy's Pachelbel. She was a wonderful artist. I hope some buff finds the program and posts it. I'd love to see programs from some of her TV specials, too.
And iluvtodd, that beautiful trio that Johnny did with Gregory and Petukhov is the kind of thing that makes pro and exhibition skating so important. In what competitive discipline could skaters perform a pas de trois?