View Poll Results: What are your 3 most favorite performances using Phantom of the Opera music?

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  • Brian Boitano 1988 Oly Ex

    15 16.85%
  • Ina & Zimmerman 1999 Skate Canada

    6 6.74%
  • Totmianina-Marinin 2006 Pro

    7 7.87%
  • Davis & White 2010 (?) FD

    50 56.18%
  • Tracy Wilson-Rob McCall 1988 Oly Ex

    4 4.49%
  • Daisuke Takahashi (2006 NHK trophy LP)

    26 29.21%
  • Patrick Chan 2010 Olympics LP

    24 26.97%
  • Alexei Urmanov Pro (1999?)

    2 2.25%
  • Kovarikova-Novotny Pro (1996?)

    2 2.25%
  • Drobiazko-Vanagas 2006 Oly FD

    30 33.71%
  • Other

    12 13.48%
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    Your 3 favorite performances to Phantom of the Opera

    What are your three most favorite performances of music from Phantom of the Opera? It can be any music from this musical (although Music of the Night is the most used one).

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    Maria Butyrskaya, 1994 Europeans SP
    Yukari Nakano, 2009 TEB SP
    Patrick Chan, 2011 Canadians FS
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    I can't believe I forgot Yuakari Nakano. Here is her performance.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBdT_lYkXUw

    Every time I watch her perform, I feel sad that she never won a world or Olympics medal.

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    Just curious, is there any reason you picked Patrick Chan's 2010 Olympic version instead of 2011 Canadian or World?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fscric View Post
    Just curious, is there any reason you picked Patrick Chan's 2010 Olympic version instead of 2011 Canadian or World?
    This is the one I found easily. I was pretty tired by that time and did not spend more time looking for more.

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    Here is another one -

    Dorothy Hamill Music of the Night at 1987 World Pros in Landover.

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    And another one :

    Brian Boitano 1996 :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hUdJacuVsA

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    Drobiazko & Vanagas FD of 2006 season.
    Their Euros performance was better than Olys IMO.

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    Dorothy Hamill

    ETA: I didn't see the previous post from Pollyanna.

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    I'll go with Chan, DV and other(Pang and Tong's).

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    My 2 favorites were Dorothy Hamill's & Watson & Oppegard's exhibition, forget what year but think it was when they first turned pro.

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    I voted for Drobiazko & Vanagas, Davis & White, and Chan. Some of the others, I can't remember, or they didn't at all move me. Chan's wouldn't be on my list of favourite programs ever, but it was good.

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    Even though it's widely criticized, I really enjoy Patrick Chan's POTO program and still watch it occasionally. It was well-constructed, and I liked his interpretation.

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    If we include juniors, I voted other for Chock/Zuerlain -they just seemed to come out of nowhere for me - I think this is the first time I saw them - and I really loved that FD - couldnt believe they came from S/Z. Then sadly, they seemed to completely change as seniors and just kind of faded.

    If it's just seniors - Drobiazko/Vanagas - I love the way the really felt the music!

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    If we include juniors, Sinitsina-Zhiganshin are skating to this music this year.

    I often think of Music of the Night as Brian Boitano's signature piece. I still remember his exhibition/pro skating to this, with those gorgeous spread eagles that went so well with this music.

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    I 'd split the exhibitions and the competition programs.

    I'dd add WP Phantom 2010 !

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    Davis and White and Chan

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    Patrick Chan for sure. I also liked Nakano's SP.
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