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    Quote Originally Posted by Vash01 View Post
    How did I forget Winter by Yagudin and Sex Bomb by Plushenko? Same with Michelle's Lyra Angelica.

    For Die Fledermaus I always think of G&G's 1989 worlds LP skate. It was perfect.
    Thanks, Vash01. That just reminded me that Michelle also performed to Winter. It was her Exhibition program during the 1997 Worlds Championships.
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    ^^^
    She choreographed that lovely program herself; in memory of Harris Collins, who died during that year's COI tour.

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    Thank you so much for the reminder, skatesindreams. She did a beautiful job with the choreography, and in memory of Harris Collins. <3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simone411 View Post
    Thanks, Vash01. That just reminded me that Michelle also performed to Winter. It was her Exhibition program during the 1997 Worlds Championships.
    Michelle's Winter music was different from Yagudin's, but they were both great programs.

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    When (or if in the future) I hear this music I will always think of:

    Ladies
    Salome, The Red Violin, Lyra Angelica, East of Eden, Piano Trio No. 2 (from Rach SP), Song of the Black Swan/Dumky Trio - Michelle Kwan
    The Lark Ascending, Bond Girl, Concerto in F, Arirang (Homage to Korea) - Yuna Kim
    Nocturne No. 2, Fantaisie Impromptu, Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra, Bells of Moscow - Mao Asada
    Swan Lake - Oksana Baiul
    Canon in D - Carolina Kostner
    Afternoon of the Faun - Janet Lynn
    Carmen - Katarina Witt
    Sabrina, Winter into Spring - Alissa Czisny
    Romeo & Juliet (Rota) - Sasha Cohen

    Men
    Winter, Man in the Iron Mask, Gladiator - Alexei Yagudin
    The Matrix - Brian Joubert
    Poeta - Stephane Lambiel
    The Dying Swan - Johnny Weir
    Henry V - Paul Wylie
    Tango de los Exilados, Elegie - Patrick Chan
    Eye (by Coba), La Strada, Swan Lake (hiphop) - Daisuke Takahashi
    Sherlock Holmes - Richard Dornbush

    Pairs
    Liebestraume - Mishkutenok/Dmitriev
    Love Story - Sale/Pelletier
    Violin Fantasy (Turandot), Pas de deux (Nutcracker) - Shen/Zhao
    La Caliph - Berezhnaya/Sikharulidze

    Ice Dance
    Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Symphony No. 5 - Virtue/Moir
    Bolero - Torvill/Dean
    Bollywood, Eleanor Rigby (Joshua Bell vers.), Samson & Delilah - Davis/White

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    Alexei Yagudin: Man in the Iron Mask, Winter, Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia
    Alexander Abt: Artsakh, Riverdance, Rachmaninoff #2 and #3
    Evgeni Plushenko: Art on Ice, Tango Flamenco, Sex Bomb, Bolero
    Grishuk/Platov: The Feeling begins
    Totmianina/Marinin: Snowstorm, Marton's version of Romeo and Juliet
    Sasha Cohen: Malaguena
    Khokhlova/Novitski: Night on the Bald Mountain
    Artem Borodulin: Yablochko
    Ilia Kulik: Rhapsody in Blue
    Gordeeva/Grinkov: Moonlight Sonata
    Elena Sokolova: Bacchanale from Samson & Delilah
    Brian Joubert: Matrix
    Johnny Weir: Dr. Zhivago, The Swan
    Shen/Zhao: Turandot
    Shizuka Arakawa: Madame Butterfly
    Andrei Griazev: La Strada
    Sergei Dobrin: Mask of Zorro
    Alexander Uspenski: Phantom of the Opera on Ice
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    I heard Sibelius the other day and couldn't not think of Rahkamo and Kokko.

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