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    Has anyone created a 'running list' with all known programs for this season, updated from day to day as titles are added? I seem to recall such a list in past seasons - 1 per discipline (Ladies, Men, Pairs, Dance). It would be great to have that for we Lazy People who don't want to plow through 44 pages of posts to find a particular skater's program music. Thanks in advance for links to any such lists for the 2013/14 season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lala View Post
    Zemgirl, I referred your post. I know that Yuna's and Mao's videos have more viewers in generally,but I'm right about the infamous Sex Bomb program, if you like it or not.
    I realize English is not your first language, but I recommend looking up infamous in the dictionary, because it doesn't mean what you seem to think it does.

    Also, you were the one who claimed it was the most viewed skating program ever on Youtube. Which you were certainly not right about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemgirl View Post
    I realize English is not your first language, but I recommend looking up infamous in the dictionary, because it doesn't mean what you seem to think it does.

    Also, you were the one who claimed it was the most viewed skating program ever on Youtube. Which you were certainly not right about.
    My english is not bad..is awful..., thanks for your patience. But I understand the infamous's meaning in this case. I think the Sex Bomb is famous isn't infamous. And I'm talking about real fs programs, not 3 yo kid's program, otherwise I knew that video....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemgirl View Post
    Lala, you can't persuade people to like Plushenko or admire his skating by posting video links and saying that they're popular on Youtube. Haven't we been through this before? The 3 year old who can't skate has more Youtube views than Plushenko, and I really don't take that as proof of her talent and popularity as a skater. And no, I don't think the Starr Andrews video is popular just because of the song.

    FWIW, Plushenko's programs may be the most viewed by a male skater on Youtube (I'd probably compare them to Yags, if I wanted to be sure) but he doesn't come close to Yuna or Mao.
    Yes, he is the most viewed male skater, and in top 3 after Yuna and Mao. Obvously, it is difficult to surpass two pretty girls.

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    Actually, Plushenko's youtube viewing numbers are very impressive.
    I think non-asian skaters' viewing numbers can not be compared to asian Top skaters'(esp. Yuna, Mao) numbers in the same line/standard, IMO.
    Arakawa's 2006 Oly LP is recording about 900,000 while Yagudin's iconic 2002 Oly SP is recording about 440,000.
    Though Arakawa is a brilliant skater too, in popularity she will never be close to Yagudin.
    Last edited by EricRohmer; 08-27-2013 at 05:53 PM.

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    Plushenko's Sex Bomb also pre-dates YouTube's popularity, I think. It used to make the rounds in email. Friends and family members would send it as one of many of their joke forwards. It's probably one of the only skating routines most of my acquaintences know about, even if they don't know Plushenko's name. A close second would be Elizabeth Manley's "White Hat moment" from Calgary, so we're not talking informed skating fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemgirl View Post
    FWIW, Plushenko's programs may be the most viewed by a male skater on Youtube (I'd probably compare them to Yags, if I wanted to be sure) but he doesn't come close to Yuna or Mao.
    Plushenko's Sex Bomb has more YouTube viewers. But not his programs. If you check the other regular programs, they're quite close, Yagudin has two programs with over 500,000 viewers while Plushenko has one(Sex Bomb), and not to mention Yagudin only competed pre-youtube era. Of course I just checked roughly, either of them could have more.
    There are couple of links:
    alexei yagudin 2002 olympic exhibition "overcome" 651,275 viewers
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...QA7UU2R-hQ#t=0
    Overcome another version with the Jedi Master effect, 773,958 viewers
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCtQMBCJ_GY
    man in the iron mask 555,602 viewers
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=On65xmS5Xls

    Their 2010 super match show, both performed at the same time, same event, uploaded by the same person. And Plushenko was a fresh active competitor, but Yagudin's sway has more viewers.
    Yagudin "Sway": 55,362
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...4-unmFM8GQ#t=1

    Plushenko "Mack the Knife": 47,881
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...-7c-9GqE3Q#t=0

    And Lysacek's 2010 program has more viewers than Plushenko's. I don't think it really means a lot. But saying plushenko's programs has more viewers is not very accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicorn View Post
    Plushenko's Sex Bomb has more YouTube viewers. But not his programs. If you check the other regular programs, they're quite close, Yagudin has two programs with over 500,000 viewers while Plushenko has one(Sex Bomb), and not to mention Yagudin only competed pre-youtube era. Of course I just checked roughly, either of them could have more.
    There are couple of links:
    alexei yagudin 2002 olympic exhibition "overcome" 651,275 viewers
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...QA7UU2R-hQ#t=0
    Overcome another version with the Jedi Master effect, 773,958 viewers
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCtQMBCJ_GY
    man in the iron mask 555,602 viewers
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=On65xmS5Xls

    Their 2010 super match show, both performed at the same time, same event, uploaded by the same person. And Plushenko was a fresh active competitor, but Yagudin's sway has more viewers.
    Yagudin "Sway": 55,362
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...4-unmFM8GQ#t=1

    Plushenko "Mack the Knife": 47,881
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...-7c-9GqE3Q#t=0

    And Lysacek's 2010 program has more viewers than Plushenko's. I don't think it really means a lot. But saying plushenko's programs has more viewers is not very accurate.
    NOOOOO! You are wrong. Do you want that I prove it to you? I can... But that is off topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frau Muller View Post
    Has anyone created a 'running list' with all known programs for this season, updated from day to day as titles are added? I seem to recall such a list in past seasons - 1 per discipline (Ladies, Men, Pairs, Dance). It would be great to have that for we Lazy People who don't want to plow through 44 pages of posts to find a particular skater's program music. Thanks in advance for links to any such lists for the 2013/14 season!
    On a plane back home, I thought I might get on it since I had nothing else to do I could only do men and ladies list within the time in the air but I'll definitely do the listing for pairs and dancers soon. In an alphabetical order they are put together and I referenced only this thread. If there're any errors please pinpoint



    Men


    Max Aaron
    SP: Historia de un Amor by Perez Prado
    LP: Music from Carmen performed by Rodion Shchedrin and the Boston Pops Orchestra


    Jeremy Abbott
    SP Music: "Lilies of the Valley" by Jun Miyake (from the movie Pina)
    FS Music: "Exogenesis Symphony Part III (Redemption)" by Muse


    Florent Amodio
    SP:
    LP: the Louis Armstrong version of La Vie En Rose, choreo by himself


    Michal Brezina – both choreo-ed by Pasquale Camerlengo
    SP: 'In the Hall of a Mountain King' by Epica
    LP: Sherlock Holmes soundtrack.


    Jason Brown
    SP: The Question of U (Prince) - the same as this season
    FS: Riverdance


    Stephen Carriere
    SP: choreo by Tanith Belbin
    LP: choreo by David Wilson


    Patrick Chan
    SP: Elegie in E-Flat Minor" by Sergei Rachmaninov, choreographed by Jeffrey Buttle
    LP: Four Seasons by Vivaldi, choreo by David Wilson


    Nathan Chen
    SP: Summer and Winter from Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi; choreo by Nadia Kanaeva
    LP: Chattanooga Choo Choo by Glenn Miller, Summertime from Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin; choreo by Nadia Kanaeva


    Richard Dornbush - both of his programs for the coming season were choreographed by Mark Pillay,
    SP: Sons of Italy
    LP: The Beatles medley


    Joshua Farris USA
    SP: Libertango
    FS: Schindler's List


    Javier Fernandez
    SP: "Satan takes a holiday"
    LP: Peter Gunn + Harlem Nocturne Inspired by blues and jazz rhythms, choreographed by Kurt Browning


    Artur Gachinski
    SP:
    LP: Anna Karenina


    Misha Ge (UZB)
    SP: Albinoni's "Adagio in G Minor"
    LP: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op.43 by Sergei Rachmaninoff


    Yuzuru Hanyu
    SP: Parisienne Walkways' by Gary Moore, choreo by Jeff buttle (revisit of his SP from last season)
    LP: "Romeo and Juliet" by Nino Rota.


    Jorik Hendrickx
    SP : Caravan
    LP : Rhapsody in Blue choreographed by Shanetta Folle


    Grant Hochstein
    SP Music: "La Califfa" by Ennio Morricone (last year's music)
    FS Music: Selections from Rachmaninoff (begins with "Trio Élégiaque No. 2" and ends with Piano Concerto no. 3) and Dvorak ("Dumky" Trio in the middle)
    Coaches & Choreographers: Peter Oppegard, Karen Kwan-Oppegard


    Alex Johnson
    SP: "Stairway to Heaven" by Rodrigo y Gabriela
    LP: "A Nightmare on Elm Street" by DiscoPhantom, "Drowning" by Abel Korzeniowski, "Dinner Waltz" by Alexandre Desplat, "Bernini's Angels" by Kerry Muzzey
    Coaches & Choreographers: Tom Dickson, Catarina Lindgren


    Brian Joubert
    SP: Oblivion and Concierto Para Quinteto by Piazzolla
    LP: Inception soundtrack


    Takahiko Kozuka
    SP: Unsquare Dance, choreographed by Shae-Lynn Bourne
    LP: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Camille Saint-Saëns, choreo. by Marina Zueva (last season's)


    Evan Lysacek, choreo by Lori Nichol
    SP: Black Swan
    LP: Don Quixote inspired by Robin Cousins' version


    Alexander Majorov
    SP: Korobushka by Bond
    FS: Archangel


    Michael Christian Martinez (PHI)
    SP: Romeo and Juliet soundtrack by Nino Rota
    FS: Malagueña by Ernesto Lecuona


    Keegan Messing
    SP: "Sing Sing Sing" SP choreographed last season by Rory Flack Burghart
    LP: The Mask of Zorro soundtrack


    Ross Miner USA
    SP: "The Way We Were"
    FS: music by Michael W. Smith from his Glory CD


    Nobunari Oda
    SP: jazz music from The Cotton Club soundtrack choreographed by David Wilson
    LP: Rossini's "William Tell Overture" choreographed by Lori Nichol


    Paul Parkinson (ITA)
    Not sure which is which but will be skating to Beethoven's 5th with the ending remixed by Wolfgang Gartner and his SP is choreo-ed by Jeff Buttle


    Evgeni Plushenko
    SP: "The Girl Like You" by Okean Elzy
    LP: "Best of Plushenko", set to different music pieces he skated to in the past such as "Godfather", "Adagio", "Tosca", "Tango Amore".


    Sean Rabbitt
    SP: David Garrett's version of "Who Wants To Live Forever?", choreographed by Justin Dillon
    LP: "Sing Sing Sing, Part 2" (Benny Goodman) from "Fosse", choreographed by Cindy Stuart


    Douglas Razzano
    SP: "Clair De Lune" (Claude Debussy)
    FS: "Turandot"/"Nessun Dorma" (Giacomo Puccini)


    Adam Rippon
    SP: Suite from Carmen for Strings and Drums by Georges Bizet & Rodion
    LP: Debussy's Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (choreo by Tom Dickson)


    Emanuel Sandhu
    Lorna Brown is currently doing choreography


    Daisuke Takahashi
    SP - "Sonatina for Violin in C-sharp minor" by Mamoru Samuragochi choreography by Kenji Miyamoto
    FP - "Beatles Medley" choreography by Lori Nichol


    Denis Ten – both choreographed by Lori Nichol
    SP: Saint-Saens' "Danse Macabre”
    LP: Shostakovich's "Lady and the Hooligan


    Jeremy Ten
    SP: “Dance With Me Wallis” from the W.E Soundtrack by Abel Korziniowski
    FS: “Variations” by Andrew Lloyd Webber


    Tomas Verner's
    SP: "Dueling Banjos" (from The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 'Deliverance').
    LP: Tango Medley": Oblivion, Adios Nonino, Libertango (all three by Astor Piazolla) and La Cumparsita (by Matos Rodriguez). [Same music, but complete new version of Season 2008/09's free program]


    Johann Wilkinson (South Africa's junior men's champion)
    SP: "In The Mood" by Glenn Miller
    LP: and "The Feeling Begins" by Peter Gabriel


    Han Yan
    SP: Minor Waltz from Doubles Jeux (Laurent Korcia) and Viper's Drag
    LP: Hannibal soundtrack - Gourmet Valse Tartare" mixed with "The Blue Danube" from Strauss II


    Vincent Zhou, choreo by Justin Dillon
    SP: The Barber of Seville-Overture by Gioachino Rossini
    LP: Marche & Pas de Deux from The Nutcracker
    Last edited by l'etoile; 08-28-2013 at 04:54 PM.

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    Ladies


    Mao Asada
    SP: Chopin's Noctune (as in 2006-7 season)
    LP: Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No 2


    Kiri Baga
    SP: Dark Eyes choreographed by Garrett Kling
    LP: "Samson and Delilah" by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra choreographed by Pasquale Camerlengo


    Ashley Cain
    SP: flamenco
    LP: Ave Maria


    Samantha Cesario
    SP Music: "Fever" by various artists
    FS Music: "Carmen Suite" by Georges Bizet and Konstantinovich Shchedrin (new FS after Liberty)
    Choreographer: Inese Bucevica


    Karen Chen
    SP: "Esperanza", same as Marchei's SP last season, choreographed by Justin Dillon
    LP: "Miss Saigon" choreographed by Mark Pillay


    Alissa Czisny
    SP: "Consolation No. 3 in D Flat Major" by Franz Liszt (new)
    LP: "Gone with the Wind" FS was choreographed this past season by Marina Zoueva, the first half includes music from "Ice Palace Suite" (derived from the score of the 1960 film, Ice Palace) composed by Max Steiner, who also composed the score for GWTW


    Polina Edmunds
    SP: a selection of latin music
    LP: Edvard Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite - the 2 pieces are "Solveig's Song" and "Morning Mood":


    Rachael Flatt, Choreographer: Rachael Flatt
    SP Music: "Adagio for Strings" by Samuel Barber
    FS Music: "Piano Concerto No. 2" by Sergei Rachmaninov


    Christina Gao USA
    SP: "Close Without Touching" (last year's SP)
    FS: Music from the "Angels & Demons" soundtrack, choreo by Tom Dickson


    Elene Gedevanishvili
    SP: "Romance" from The Snowstorm by Georgy Sviridov.
    LP:


    Gracie Gold
    SP: Gershwin's "Three Preludes
    LP: The Sleeping Beauty ( Gold, 18, said. "We're not naming the character I play, but if I had to pick, it would definitely be more of a power witch and less of the lost princess." IN interview released today)


    Joshi helgesson
    SP: (same as last year) Mystere from "Cirque du Soleil"- Taiko from "Cirque du Soleil"
    FS: Warrior Princess


    Viktoria Helgesson
    SP:Mystery Walz
    LP:Harem Cobra Goddess


    Courtney Hicks
    SP: the Soul Surfer soundtrack by Marco Beltrami, choreographed by Alex Chang
    LP: Evita, choreographed by Jonathan Cassar


    Yu-Na Kim, choreo by David Wilson
    SP: Send in the clowns
    FS: Adios Nonino


    Kiira Korpi
    SP: A day in the lifeby the Beatles, guitar version by Jeff Beck, choreo by Buttle
    LP: Once upon a time in America soundtrack by Ennio Morricone's, choreo by Shae-Lynn Bourne


    Carolina Kostner
    SP: "Humoresque" A. Dvorak
    LP: "Scheherazade" N.Rimsky-Korsakov


    Vanessa Lam, Choreographers: Diane DeLeeuw-Chapman, Doug Chapman
    SP Music: "Illumination" by Secret Garden
    FS Music: Music from The Artist by Ludovic Bource (last year's)


    Jijun Li
    SP: "Danzarin" by Tango Lorca, choreo: Lori Nichol
    LP: Coppelia by Leo Delibes, choreo by Lori Nichol


    Hannah Miller – both choreographed by Daniil Barantsev
    SP: "Firebird" by Igor Stravinsky
    LP: "Primavera" by Ludovico Einaudi


    Satoko Miyahara
    SP: Merry Christmas, Mr. Laurence
    LP: Poeta


    Mirai Nagasu, Choreographer: Cindy Stuart
    SP Music: "The Man I Love" by George Gershwin
    FS Music: Music from James Bond by various artists


    Kaetlyn Osmond
    SP: Sweet Charity soundtracks "Hey Big Spender" and "Rich Man's Frug!"
    LP: Cleopatra


    Elena Radionova choreo by Averbukh
    SP: Nero by "Two Steps from Hell"
    FS: Latin selection


    Yretha Silete will use the programs she had prepared for the 2012-13 season.


    Adelina Sotnikova
    SP: Carmen (Habanera)
    LP: a techno-y modern remix of Saint-Saëns's Rondo Capriccioso


    Fumie Suguri, Choreo by Lori Nichol,

    SP: Puss in Boots
    FS: Moonlight Sonata


    Akiko Suzuki
    SP: Hymne a L'amour   choreographed by Massimo Scali
    FS: Phantom of the Opera   choreographed by Pasquale Camerlengo


    Elizaveta Tukhtamysheva
    SP: Gopher Mambo
    LP: Flamenco/Spanish medley, including Malaguena


    Ashley Wagner:
    SP - 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond' by Pink Floyd (choreographed by Shae-Lynn Bourne)
    FS - 'Romeo & Juliet' by Sergei Prokofiev (choreographed by David Wilson)


    Angela Wang
    SP: "A Beautiful Storm" by Jennifer Thomas, Tom Dickson is choreographing
    LP: Spanish genre Lindgren is the choreographer.


    Agnes Zawadzki
    SP: decided to keep her existing short program, choreographed by David Wilson and skated to music from Sex in the City
    LP: a tango medley of "La Cumparsita" and "Jalousie."


    Caroline Zhang, Choreographer: David Wilson
    SP Music: Selections from The Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber
    FS Music: "Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto" by Chen/He
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    Quote Originally Posted by lala View Post
    NOOOOO! You are wrong. Do you want that I prove it to you?
    Of course, please. But better you open another post I suggest, it's not a thread to argue about those things. Although I think Plushenko has to compete the popularity with someone retired 10 years ago, that's pathetic enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicorn View Post
    Of course, please. But better you open another post I suggest, it's not a thread to argue about those things. Although I think Plushenko has to compete the popularity with someone retired 10 years ago, that's pathetic enough.
    Of course, of course.. but you was the poster, who mentioned Yag, not me. This isn't my fault or isn't Plushenko's fault .
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    l'etoile, I recently posted the latest program updates for several U.S. ladies here: http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/show...=1#post3976916

    Jeremy Abbott announced at Champs Camp last week that he has changed his SP music to "Lilies of the Valley" by Jun Miyake (from the movie Pina).

    I'm also keeping track of programs & music updates in U.S. Men's and Pairs news threads in GSD.
    Last edited by Sylvia; 08-27-2013 at 07:26 PM.
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    Davis/White's program music revealed today in this article: http://www.icenetwork.com/news/2013/08/27/58610472
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvia View Post
    l'etoile, I recently posted the latest program updates for several U.S. ladies here: http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/show...=1#post3976916

    Jeremy Abbott announced at Champs Camp last week that he has changed his SP music to "Lilies of the Valley" by Jun Miyake (from the movie Pina).

    I'm also keeping track of programs & music updates in U.S. Men's and Pairs news threads in GSD.
    Thanks, Sylvia! Updated accordingly.
    I was wondering about Jeremy's SP music but went for the first report, I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvia View Post
    Davis/White's program music revealed today in this article: http://www.icenetwork.com/news/2013/08/27/58610472
    Wow, so it is really Scheherazade. IMO it fits like a glove for them!

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    Joshi helgesson
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    SP: (same as last year) Mystere from "Cirque du Soleil"- Taiko from "Cirque du Soleil"
    FS: Warrior Princess

    by the way
    she is injured and off ice for six weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by l'etoile View Post
    Wow, so it is really Scheherazade. IMO it fits like a glove for them!
    I completely agree.

    And My Fair Lady--I'm loving that. Gives me hope for another Giselle.

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    Satoko Miyahara's short program music is Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l'etoile View Post


    Daisuke Takahashi
    SP ”Sonatine for Violins”(in lliteral transration. Is it "Violin Sonatine" ?)
    FS ”Beatles Medley
    Daisuke Takahashi
    SP - "Sonatina for Violin in C-sharp minor" by Mamoru Samuragochi choreography by Kenji Miyamoto
    FP - "Beatles Medley" choreography by Lori Nichol
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