SP: Swing medley
LP: music from Yentl OST
As for her Free, a very good music choice, I think. I still very much love love Federica & Massimo's Yentl! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1owIKbthLoU
Savchenko/Szolkowy new programs
Does anyone recognize the music from Zlobina & Sitnikov's FD? (They were at the Salt Lake Classic Senior B)
Orford & Williams FD is from the Love Never Dies soundtrack by Andrew LLoyd Webber.
Weaver & Poje skated to Maria de Buenos Aires, an operetta by Piazzolla (a tango medley with talking)
Thanks for the vid. I hadn't seen it.
And, yes, I do like it. A lot!
He's not been a favorite of mine, but if his skating is following this track... meaning new and out-of-the-box... I'm going to become a big fan.
How courageous it has to be to put this out during an Olympic season!
I hope he keeps the minimal, cool, white-v-neck costume.
The following appeared in the Capellini & Lanotte Fanfest thread. However, this is not an official announcement
SD 42nd street (the same as W/P, yes)
FD Barbiere di Siviglia (barber of seville)
Kavaguti & Smirnov's programs, from TahBka's translation of an interview with Moskvina on FSU:
AO: Are you happy with Kavaguti/Smirnov's new programmes which were choreographed by Peter Tchernyshev?
ТМ: I am. Frankly. But who cares about our thoughts right now. When everything will be done and the guys will be receiving good marks and placed accordingly - then we'll be able to say whether we are happy with the programmes or not. You can tell the designer of a costume during his work `it'll be a masterpiece' but it will only become one when it's ready, looks good and is on the catwalk.
AO: Can you tell about the new programmes?
TM: The SP music is a fantasy written by Margarita Adyasova on the theme of `Katiusha' and played by a group `Feel'Armonia'. The idea behind it: Yuko's destiny, a Japanese girl, a single skater who starts skating pairs with a Russian guy. So the music starts in a Japanese style. It's a convenient music to do the elements. Yet it sounds contemporary. There are voices, cellos etc. It took about 3 months to record. Then the Japanese girl becomes part of Russia, there is a young man who invites her to a Russian dance and they turn everyone on with their celebration.
Of course it's a programme for Sochi, a tribute to Russian culture. In a way it's a story of Yuko and Sasha.
As for the LP music - Tchaikovsky's symphony on a theme of Bayron's `Manfred' you won't like it much. For me it's a bit too heavy. It's hard to listen to without watching.
I'm trying to identify some of the programs from the Russian skaters' thread, for skaters who don't have updated ISU bios. And not doing very well at it.
Any help would be appreciated.
I think Sergei Voronov's SP is
A Los Amigos
by Ástor Piazzolla