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    Missed anything?
    Firebird
    West Side Story
    Take Five
    Singin' in the Rain

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    2019-2020 Season warhorse drinking game to the death:
    Drink every time someone chooses:
    Moulin Rouge
    POTO
    Carmen
    Les Mis
    Romeo & Juliet of any kind
    Moonlight Sonata
    Clair de lune
    Piazzolla, but only;
    Adios Nonino/Libertango/Oblivion/One of les 4 estaciones (anything ending in porteno)
    Chicago
    Swan Lake
    Puccini but only;
    Turandot/Madame Butterfly/La Boheme/Tosca
    Scheherezade
    Hallelujah
    Sound of silence

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    anything by Il Volo or Bocelli or Lara Fabian...Maria de Buenos Aires (i don't remember the actual name)

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    I know these are the basic warhorses but I don't feel like I've heard a Scheherezade in a while so I wouldn't mind it too much.
    this year i've heard at least two of them

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    I love Puccini (warhorses or not), but I would love it if we could get to see a programme on Suor Angelica. Not so famous, but a lovely opera. Lots of dramatics and emotions (I can easily see our favourite S-Korean friend including the despairing soprano scream when the lead finds out her child has died which is part of a beautiful piece of music), but rather gentle in its story. Just soft voiced nuns, a rather nasty aunt and an unhappy mother. And of course (this is a story taking place in a convent) a glorious, supporting Mary.

    I always wish for some Doctor Who, but so far only Star Wars and the Matrix have managed to nestle in.

    Would anyone dare to include d'Artagnan again? Phillippe's programme in 1998 is iconic, so it might be difficult to surpass. I can see Yuzu doing it because his style is so totally different. And of course technically far ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyjane View Post
    I love Puccini (warhorses or not), but I would love it if we could get to see a programme on Suor Angelica. Not so famous, but a lovely opera. Lots of dramatics and emotions (I can easily see our favourite S-Korean friend including the despairing soprano scream when the lead finds out her child has died which is part of a beautiful piece of music), but rather gentle in its story. Just soft voiced nuns, a rather nasty aunt and an unhappy mother. And of course (this is a story taking place in a convent) a glorious, supporting Mary.

    I always wish for some Doctor Who, but so far only Star Wars and the Matrix have managed to nestle in.

    I'm all for exploring OTHER WORKS by Warhorse Composers and/or OTHER WORKS in a similar genre from warhorse pieces. I'd love to see someone use the Vivaldi mandolin concertos and not the 2839498374734873947938743rd Four Seasons program or something by Baroque composers other than Vivaldi and Bach. Why not Telemann or (especially) Arcangelo Corelli? Or (since I just watched it again) the soundtrack to Brideshead Revisited, which is totally Baroque in feel, familiar enough to a large part of the skating audience, and a prime possible example of "everything old is new again."

    Not so sure about the d'Artagnan, though who would have thought anyone could be successful with another Bolero after Torvill and Dean? I could see Kolyada doing it justice.

    So I totally give your post a big

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    Quote Originally Posted by Step Sequence4 View Post

    Missed anything?
    La La Land

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    Cleo Hamon/Denys Strekalin, FRA

    FS: Notre Dame de Paris (the musical), choreo by Fabian Bourzat - chosen before the fire, it should be noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harriet View Post
    Cleo Hamon/Denys Strekalin, FRA

    FS: Notre Dame de Paris (the musical), choreo by Fabian Bourzat - chosen before the fire, it should be noted.
    Thanks fo the news, this theme "Notre Dame de Paris" it's not original choice. This is already often use... it's an unfashionable music...i'm disappointed however i like this pair because theyt incarnate the future of pairs in France. I prefer their choice when they skated with Mehdi Bouzzine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyjane View Post
    I love Puccini (warhorses or not), but I would love it if we could get to see a programme on Suor Angelica. Not so famous, but a lovely opera. Lots of dramatics and emotions (I can easily see our favourite S-Korean friend including the despairing soprano scream when the lead finds out her child has died which is part of a beautiful piece of music), but rather gentle in its story. Just soft voiced nuns, a rather nasty aunt and an unhappy mother. And of course (this is a story taking place in a convent) a glorious, supporting Mary.

    I always wish for some Doctor Who, but so far only Star Wars and the Matrix have managed to nestle in.

    Would anyone dare to include d'Artagnan again? Phillippe's programme in 1998 is iconic, so it might be difficult to surpass. I can see Yuzu doing it because his style is so totally different. And of course technically far ahead.
    i wish somebody could scate on Vissi d'arte instead of E lucean le stelle; about d'Artagnan we had one this season in juniors, it was fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by WeakAnkles View Post
    I'm all for exploring OTHER WORKS by Warhorse Composers and/or OTHER WORKS in a similar genre from warhorse pieces. I'd love to see someone use the Vivaldi mandolin concertos and not the 2839498374734873947938743rd Four Seasons program or something by Baroque composers other than Vivaldi and Bach. Why not Telemann or (especially) Arcangelo Corelli? Or (since I just watched it again) the soundtrack to Brideshead Revisited, which is totally Baroque in feel, familiar enough to a large part of the skating audience, and a prime possible example of "everything old is new again."

    Not so sure about the d'Artagnan, though who would have thought anyone could be successful with another Bolero after Torvill and Dean? I could see Kolyada doing it justice.

    So I totally give your post a big
    about vivaldi what do you think about Gloria? and staying in baroque era what about some Handel's arias like Verdi prati or Ombra mai fu?

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    Serafima Sakhanovich new SP “Megapolis” https://www.instagram.com/p/BweX02EjRfa/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GINO View Post
    Serafima Sakhanovich new SP “Megapolis” https://www.instagram.com/p/BweX02EjRfa/
    Not my favorite song but that step sequence looks quite nice

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