I still hope they do something edgy, sexy, bluesy to show off their lines and wonderful skating skills as well as their athleticism. Maybe not what I posted a while back but something similar. I hope some sekret sources can let us know soon
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O, when we talk about V-M we never hav secrete sourse Even about some other skaters in Canton we have sometime secrete information, but not about this team.I hope some sekret sources can let us know soon
Last edited by pani; 08-01-2011 at 02:07 PM.
Yes I agree, but they always can try the sound on the home training rink .Maybe because this is always a risk - who know, how this music will sound at competitions?
As newcomer I feel I should introduce myself. I'm from Russia (so, please, excuse my english) and I absolutely adore Tessa and Scott. They are unique, they are perfection. I’ve read this board for a long time, thank you all . I wish health and joy for our duet and good luck with new dances in a coming season. Let's hope for the victory.
In fairness, neither "Adagietto" nor "Great Gig in the Sky" seem all that well-trod (the 2008/2009 season notwithstanding).
That said, I've longed to see someone skate to Shigeru Umebayashi's score from 2046, so I'm on your side.
But I was referring in my previous post to just Crone/Poirier's FD of last season and I admit I might be totally wrong in assuming that the judges didn't appreciate or enjoy The Beatles, perhaps I am the only one around finding that particular program pretty monotonous if I'm allowed to say. I guess I'm not alllowed because Dean is who he is and if you don't embrace ALL his music choices and choreographies unconditionally, then it means something is wrong with you. Not you, ballettmaus, me.
Christopher strikes me as always having himself and his skating partner in mind when he choreographs for others and as you said, he's got this unique style that doesn't suit just anyone. Whether it would suit V/M or not I don't know and as long as I don't, why would I encourage them to turn to CD for their programs? But that's just me.
As far as D/W, some might want to tell you that Meryl doesn't have the right body lines for a Dean type of choreography. LOL
I'm teasing you, m_chenning, in fact I like a couple of your picks but you should keep in mind that Tessa and Scott are pretty stubborn people who would never listen to their fans. LOL Btw, I too adore V/M and English isn't my dominant language either.
I am not sure A-P "Carmina Burana" was made by Dean. I thought it was made by Natalia Volkova-Dubadi. Look like i was wrong.
And i wish to see Tessa-Scott will use opera vocal for there programs.
Jayne Torvill did not exactly have the longest legs in the business either.
Nor were T&D all that big on pointed toes.
Which is why people who like balletic lines often prefer K&P or U&Z to T&D.
For that matter, Isabelle Duchesnay was not exactly the queen of beautiful lines either, as in this Samba OSP:
So V&M's lines, which are lovely, are not required for Dean choreography.
I dont think D-W have such bad lines, like Dushehy, but i dont think theye lines is near to T-D. Maybe Jane isnt tall, but she move with patner like one and have super close body positions. And dont think Charlie lines is close to pure Dean lines.
so i'm in the computer lab, browsing for some v/m news before the lecture starts. i get a tap on my shoulder.
classmate: "hey, that guy on the screen went to my school"
me: "oh, scott?"
classmate: "yes! he went to my high school. isn't that cool?"
The read that D&W are using La Strada and it makes me go UGHHHHH! I hated that music... will never like that music.
I wouldn't mind V&M trying something completely different a fun disco number would be cool and I think they could pull it off. "Knock on Wood" I loved that song lmao!!
~I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it.~ (Charles R. Swindoll)
If we are talking about Torvill and Dean it would be nice if Christopher could create for V/M in style of :
Rock n Roll
Bridge Over Troubled Water
And pure dancing program from him would be marvellous, I think (his Puttin' on the Ritz, Face the Music are so light and charming and extremely enjoyable for me )
But unfortunately we won't see it