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Thread: Programs from this quad that will be talked about in 20 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    If we moved on to 1998-2002:
    Alexei Yagudin, Winter
    Berezhnaya and Sikharulidze, Chaplin and Lady Caliph
    I remember liking a lot of A/P's stuff but none of the programs have stuck with me over time.
    winter is still the best SP for me, and the most memorable. The same is Yagudin's Iron mask LP

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    From the last two decades?
    For men:

    - Kulik Revolutions , Romeo and Julia
    - Yagudin Winter , Lawrence of Arabia
    - Plushenko Godfather, Crazy Bird (i just adore it, this program got my attention on Plushenko !), just to name two now
    - Lambiel 4 seasons
    - Abt 2002 programs (both)
    - Candeloro D'artagnan (his only program i ever liked)
    - Joubert Matrix

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    If we're still talking about the last 4 years, these are probably the ones most will remember:

    Daisuke Takahashi "Blues for Klook"
    Denis Ten "The Artist"
    Mao Asada "Piano Concerto No. 2" (Olympics)
    V/T "Black Swan"
    W/P "Je Suis Malade"
    Carolina Kostner "Ave Maria", "Bolero"
    D/W and V/M rivalry (can't pick just one program)

    There are many programs that I personally will remember, though I'm not sure many of the others will

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    Daisuke Takahashi "Blues for Klook" was a masterpieeeeece and his short program in Vancouver as well(always felt like this program was underscored)
    Mao Asada "Piano Concerto No. 2" (Olympics)
    Yuna's 4 olympic performances, especially her lp in Vancouver
    Yuzuru's Romeo and Juliet (2012 worlds) and his olympic short program

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    Mao's Olympic FS, Yuna's 2013 WC and 2014 OG skates, and S/S's Pina are the first ones I can think of...

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    From the last quad, the programs I would remember are:


    V/M - Carmen
    D/W - Die Fledermaus
    V/T - Masquerade - Waltz
    S/K - Adam's Family
    Yulia Lipnitskaya - Schindler's List

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    I had to watch "Die Fleidermaus" again last night. I forgot how good it was!

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    Although I would also pick Yuna's Les Mis, Send in the Clowns, and perhaps Adios Nonino, I'm surprised nobody mentioned Akiko Suzuki's Phantom of the Opera FS at Japanese Nationals. I pick that one too.

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    For me, it would probably be Crone & Poirier 2010 Skate Canada FD. Amazing.

    But it won't be remembered like a lot of progams I adore.

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    Yuzuru's Parisienne Walkways SP for sure. Maybe also Yulia's Schindler's List LP.
    Although I have a good feeling about Yuzu's SPs in the future, it must be hard to surpass the success of PW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plushyfan View Post
    Who will talk about the programs twenty years from now? The FS fans, the experts?
    I agree with many mentioned programs. I didn't want to post in this thread but I need to say the difference is so big your proposals and the reality. I think the the number of viewers on Youtube a little clue as to which programs will be memorable. I read Plushenko's name and his programs only two times in this thread. Well his programs are always the most viewed on Youtube (male program). For example the Olympic Godfather videos were incredible popular but those were blocked by IOC two weeks ago.. :(..
    So I add your list:

    Plushenko :- Tribute to Nijinsky no doubt ,that is already a legendary program.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEJXkfMYTX4 .. and the Nijinsky animation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdSFbMDUo14
    -Godfather -brought many new fans for the figure skating
    -Carmen
    I also like Plushy but these programs of his are from the previous quad, aren't they? they are legendary already. but they are not from this quad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aschiutza View Post
    From the last two decades?
    For men:

    - Kulik Revolutions , Romeo and Julia
    - Yagudin Winter , Lawrence of Arabia
    - Plushenko Godfather, Crazy Bird (i just adore it, this program got my attention on Plushenko !), just to name two now
    - Lambiel 4 seasons
    - Abt 2002 programs (both)
    - Candeloro D'artagnan (his only program i ever liked)
    - Joubert Matrix
    Plushenko
    -St.Peterburg 300
    -Tribute to Nijinsky
    -Carmen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meoima View Post
    I also like Plushy but these programs of his are from the previous quad, aren't they? they are legendary already. but they are not from this quad.
    yes, I noticed, so I deleted it, but you already posted your comment, sorry

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