I liked both Masquerade and Bells, though the former more than the latter. I agree that Bells was heavy music for Mao but really liked her pushing the enveloped with non-traditional ladies music.
And Mao earned World silver, World Gold and Olympic silver under TAT - not too shabby of a record.
- Rep Power
I'm definitely in "love it" group It would be boring if Mao skated all the time to lyrical music. I'm glad she showed her second face, I really like it
Originally Posted by Margaret
Silver at Worlds? It was in 2007, then she wasn't work with TAT.
Originally Posted by Japanfan
I love TT working with Mao. Bells of Moscow was genius.
She has grown up, I dont want her to wear pink lilla dresses any more and skate to predictable pieces, I liked her Olympic Sp and Lp a lot (plus the dresses parade ;p)
Last edited by kwanatic; 06-14-2011 at 02:36 PM.
For what's it worth, it is rumored that she is also going to Canada for choreography, so it's likely that Lori is doing the LP.
Not a fan of TAT choreography but I would be happy to see her prove me wrong with some decent programs.
Pure genius! I get chills down my spine every time I watch it!
Originally Posted by AndyWarhol
I beg your pardon. Although it is a matter which is out of main subject...
Originally Posted by Eris
In Japan, as for the calling way of Kanako Murakami, I often hear person calling her "Mao-junior", but hardly hear person calling her "mini-Mao".
I think that it is more suitable to call her "Mao-junior", because I feel that the word "-junior" has a strong sense of direction growing toward the future but the word "mini-" has hardly such a sense of direction.
Last edited by Akira Andrea; 06-15-2011 at 07:34 AM.