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The Influence Of Jazz On Figure Skating

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by Maofan7, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. Shyjosie

    Shyjosie Well-Known Member

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  2. rayhaneh

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    I think I do - you're saying that they all have similar North American "flair". There's an aspect of their skating that allows you to identify their skating as being North American (with which I'd agree, btw), just like you could recognize that a skater is from Russia (or has been trained in Russia) because of specific aspects of their skating, am I correct?

    It's just that the way you said it, it sounded as if you were saying their skating was the same but I think I get what you meant now :D

    Thanks for clarifying ;)
     
  3. lala

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    Yes, your explanation is perfect. Thanks.
     
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