Hernando's Hideaway is from the 1957 Doris Day movie, "The Pajama Game"
I think the songwriters who composed Hernando's Hideaway were doing a deliberate spoof of the quintessential tango music, La Cumparsita. In the movie, Hernando's Hideaway is a dive in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Her last year's ISU bio lists her music as:
Ksenia Makarova RUS
SP Selection of music by Yann Tiersen
Josh Farris mentioned via twitter that he will be keeping his Rach 3 FS for next season and will get a new SP (no word on what the music for that will be yet).
Has it been mentioned yet that Lori Nichol is choreographing for Mao Asada?
That sort of announcement is not always mentioned here until an actual program is announced, so no, I don't think it has.
Johnny Weir-Voronov @JohnnyGWeir
[INDENT][INDENT]In honor of the Grand Prix selections today, I'd like to announce that the title of my new free program is..."Phoenix." for my fans...
7:25 PM - 21 May 12[/INDENT][/INDENT]
Joubert will use Inception soundtrack for LP, choreo by Denkova/Staviski:
With a slight reworking, his large closet of Matrix costumes can be refigured as digital clock displays
(I believe the actual piece from Inception is called Time?)
Doris, who is glad that Brian is not using Matrix again, but who hopes he skates as well as he does when skating to Matrix.
Per Ice Network, Adam Rippon will be skating his FS to orchestral music from the The Incredibles soundtrack (and apparently channelling Don Draper from Mad Men, so I guess 1960s jazz style?). Choreographed by Michael Seibert.