Nicholas Buckland has tweeted his and Penny Coomes' FD music: https://twitter.com/N_Buckland/statu...05933633806336
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I wish V/M would've done Carmen last year when I had to sit through Funny Face at all those GPF and 4CC practices. I wanted to puncture my ear drums with a toe pick.
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Guess I'll try again...
Has anyone heard anything about what Duhamel and Radford's programs/music are/is?
As usual, Mao Asada's music choices are never leaked...
V/M and C/L are both going to compete at Skate Canada, it's going to be an interesting competition...
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I think V/M's Carmen sounds terrific. They might pull off something very different and innovative from the music and they have the ability for it.
Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland (GBR Dance) have revealed via Nick's Twitter account that they will be skating to Basement Jaxx vs. Metropole Orkest for their new FD.
Also don't understand how anyone could possibly wonder about Tessa pulling off anything. She was brilliant in the yankee polka last time, she is brilliant at everything Latin from Farrucas to the Worlds fd of 2010 to the od in 2007. She was also good in the paso doble cd in 2009. I've also never thought of Tessa and Scott being avant garde in their music choices or innovative how fsu usually means innovative. They are about pure dance, not theatre. That's how they're innovative, because for a long time ice dance had become about some theatrical theme set to music. They broke away from that to emphasize dance, and are proud of it. The stuff fsu wants them to do is the stuff Virtue and Moir are proud of not doing or being, and a big reason I, personally, love them.