Favorite Programs

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  1. shine

    shine Well-Known Member

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    I see that this hasn't been mentioned, but as someone new to skating, I really hope you'd watch this program. It's so different from what everyone has done and one of those rare gems that should not be forgotten:

    Stephane Rosenthal 2006 LP:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMwXYdkSK4g
     
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  2. Vash01

    Vash01 Fan of Julia, Elena, Anna, Liza, and Vera

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    I saw this in person at the 2006 US nationals. Her SP was also very creative. Definitely rare gems.
     
  3. shsocu

    shsocu Active Member

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    Thanks for your responses! I'm slowly making my way through them :)
     
  4. blue_idealist

    blue_idealist Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I liked that one too, although after Riverdance it seemed not quite as interesting.. I like all of B&K's programs except March With Me..
     
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    blue_idealist Well-Known Member

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    I've seen that before; it's funny!
     
  6. shine

    shine Well-Known Member

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    Yes. And not only that, you know that she really didn't skate for the medals. Aware of the fact that they will never make it out of Nationals (or even to Nationals) or win world medals, they are still willing to dedicate their time to and training to mastering and perfecting their craft simply for the love of it - THAT really deserve the utmost respect! :respec:
     
  7. paskatefan

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    Midori Ito's 1988 free skate, her "Rain" exhibition at the 1992 Olympics, her "Rose of Pain" pro program
    Most of Yuka Sato's programs
    Paul Wylie's JFK, Carmina Burana, Apollo 13, Schindler's List, Henry V, On the Waterfront
    Michelle's East of Eden, Salome, Romanza, Pocahontas, Hands, Winter, Lyra Angelica
    Todd's First Knight, Independence Day, 1492, The Glory, Il Mare Calmo de La Sera, Lord of the Rings, Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, Better Days
    Viktor's Mambo #5
    B&K - Riverdance
    Kristi's It's Oh, So Quiet, Doop, Doop
    Elvis - Dragon, 1492
    Melissa, Denis, & Johnny's Fallen Angels
    Matt Savoie's Adagio, The Mission, Ragtime
    Kurt's Casablanca, Don't Fence Me In, L.O.V.E.
    Sasha's - Dark Eyes, Moonlight Sonata, Hallelujah, don't Rain on My Parade, hernando's hideaway
    Fumie - Jupiter (The Planets)
    Brian Orser - The Bolt, The Story of My Life, Orange Colored Sky
    Meryl & Charlie's Samson & Delilah
    Roca & Sur - Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
    Taka's World's 2011 free skate
    Tanith & Ben - If It Kills Me
    G&G - Moonlight Sonata, The Man I Love
    Mike Weiss - Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy
    Rudy - Swan lake
    Ilia Kulik - 16 Tons, Song for the King
    Caryn Kadavy - Mambo Italiano, It's All Coming back to Me (a Celine Dion song I actually like)
    The Shibutanis - Let's Face the Music
    Scott Hamilton - I Love Me
    Dan Hollander - Mrs. Doubtfire, Legends of the Fall
    Shen & Zhao - their "Mt. Olympus" program (1998), Mulan, Turandot, Nutcracker, etc.
    Michal Brezina - An American in Paris
    Jeff Buttle - Ararat, Samson & Delilah, Should I Stay or Should I Go?
    Brian B. - Napoleon, Carousel Waltz, Frank Sinatra Medley (Fly Me to the Moon & ?), Hernando's Hideaway

    SOI ensemble pieces - Studz, Fun & Games, 10 year Tribute to Sarajevo (done on the 1994 tour - Funeral for a Friend/In My Life), Hard Steele is Back, Peace, Love, & Skating, Party in the Park, The Heist
     
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