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    Stephane Lambiel accepted the ALS ice bucket challenge and posted this video: http://instagram.com/p/r7FZOIoCSl/

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    Just found this thread, and thanks for everyone post Stephane's program and choreo number. I will start to catch up with them. I only watched Stephane's most recent show programs, he is a very very special skater. To me, he is the master of blade ice relationship and physics and whole body skating. and his choreo reflected that too.

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    Stephane's two new programs for this year from Artistry on Ice in Taipei in HD:
    The Water https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWuBvovUYR8
    Say I wanna know: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs2cqlitIK8

    Again, skating to music from two completely different genres showcasing his profound versatility and musicality. The programs are both masterpieces IMO - probably my favorite from him in the past couple of years (although Ritz and My Body is a Cage were brilliant too). In particular, I didn't realize I was holding my breath the whole time when I was watching "The Water" until the very end. The depth and breadth of his artistic capacity just never stop expanding. Lauravvv, I think you have said before that Stephane's musicality consists mostly of responding to the accents and rhythm in the music (paraphrasing here, correct me if I am wrong), but I feel this program shows that he's definitely capable of responding to and interpreting the more subtle phrasing in the music.

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    Thanks Shine. I absolutely loved "The Water". I love his use of edges during all the little transitions and especially how he stays on edges during the knee down circular patterns. It's a really powerful way to express emotion and put your skills on display. Obviously his spin positions are interesting and executed to perfection.

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    You are welcome! He does have some of the most creative and masterful uses of the edges!

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