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    Quote Originally Posted by loreley View Post
    I don't know the source of this (and maybe it's incorrect), but people on russian forums say that programs of Javier Fernandez are: SP - Zorro, LP - Chaplin.
    Zorro is perfect for Javi! I'd like to compare his Chaplin with Oda's which I loved. Are the choreographers known?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkateFiguring View Post
    Are the choreographers known?
    No, there was no info about choreographers.

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    My guess: SP - Lori Nichol, LP- David Wilson.

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    Well, about a week ago, I was on the same session as Liam Firus and saw him practice. More importantly, I saw his new free program.
    His new free program is a Medley of Muse songs. Selections include Exogenesis Part I (Overture), Part II (Cross-Pollination), and a part of the Vitamin String Quartet's cover of Knights of Cydonia. It looks wicked cool and his final step sequence is intense.

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    Joshua Farris, SP (Bach, Cello Suite No.1) : http://youtu.be/-_QGpDCcIs4
    Armin Mahbanoozadeh, LP: http://youtu.be/2ZqmOG3tCA4
    Marley and Brubaker, LP "Umbrellas of Cherbourg" http://youtu.be/5ALGTtcu93U

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    Quote Originally Posted by loreley View Post
    Joshua Farris, SP (Bach, Cello Suite No.1) : http://youtu.be/-_QGpDCcIs4
    Armin Mahbanoozadeh, LP: http://youtu.be/2ZqmOG3tCA4
    Marley and Brubaker, LP "Umbrellas of Cherbourg" http://youtu.be/5ALGTtcu93U
    Thank you for posting the videos. Very nice, very nice indeed!

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    Narumi Takahashi and Mervin Tran
    SP "Ain't No Sunshine" http://youtu.be/tAvK0lZ4mQE

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    Thank you!

    I think that's a wonderful choice for Narumi & Mervin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loreley View Post
    Narumi Takahashi and Mervin Tran
    SP "Ain't No Sunshine" http://youtu.be/tAvK0lZ4mQE
    I love the choreography and the transitions but I HATE the music. This may be a program that I have to watch on mute. I think that the idea was interesting and I love the intricacy of the program, but I can't get over how bad the music is. I think this is one of those songs that needs vocals, and I think it could have been great for a post sochi season when vocals could be allowed.
    Also, it brings up inevitable comparisons for me with Navka and Kostomarov who have possibly my favorite original dance of all time (2004 OD) which used this music as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macassar88 View Post
    I love the choreography and the transitions but I HATE the music. This may be a program that I have to watch on mute. I think that the idea was interesting and I love the intricacy of the program, but I can't get over how bad the music is. I think this is one of those songs that needs vocals, and I think it could have been great for a post sochi season when vocals could be allowed.
    Also, it brings up inevitable comparisons for me with Navka and Kostomarov who have possibly my favorite original dance of all time (2004 OD) which used this music as well.
    I am not a fan of the music choice, although it doesn't quite rise to the level of a must-mute. To me, the music sounds the instrumental part of some American Idol contestant's cover of Bill Withers, but the vocals are replaced with strings. It's a very, very uninspired arrangement. Waste of an orchestra.

    And yeah, it is things like this that makes me look forward to the post-Sochi season of vocal music in the rest of skating. Can you imagine footwork done to the "I know... I know... I know..." part? Or maybe a series of butterflies...

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    I don't really mind the music, although I'd prefer if they left out the David Garett part, the weepy violin part is sort of Muzak-y sounding. The part at the beginning and in the middle is actually quite lovely and suits T/T to a T. I wish they would replace the Garret parts with a better arrangement,, but I heard worse.
    The program itself looks very promising. The spins/jumps and some parts (like the ending) look quite rough at this point, but the choreo looks lovely and innovative and they have amazing posture and extension. I pray they manage to fix their jump issues!

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    I don't have to imagine footwork done to I know I know I know

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...WDVMYNcQ#t=79s

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    I don't have to imagine footwork done to I know I know I know

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...WDVMYNcQ#t=79s
    OMG! How much I love them! And I love the old programs far better, as of today.( Navka is really sexy) Thx for the link!

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    from icenetwork's article:
    Cappellini and Lanotte plan to skate to music from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers for the short dance and Carmen for the free dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    I don't have to imagine footwork done to I know I know I know

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...WDVMYNcQ#t=79s
    I can't click the link right now but I'm assuming that it is Navka and Kostomarov's 2004 OD
    If it is, I definitely agree that sequence could e magical but I don't think takahashi and tran could match their sexiness. That OD is easily one of my top five probably top three favorite original dances of all time.

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