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2007/06/14 14:14:07 (permalink)

Competition music

thinking of doing my first figure competition this year,but havnt got a clue on what music to choose.all the slow girl songs seem a bit boring.any advice would be greatly appreciated

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    RE: Competition music 2007/06/14 17:30:25 (permalink)
    Its very much a personal thing - some people like to chose something which they can move slowly and gracefully to. Not being graceful myself i like something upbeat and entertaining. This tends to get the crowd a bit more interested too.

    Personally i think its good to have something people know as well.
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    RE: Competition music 2007/06/15 11:20:53 (permalink)
    I'm with Annie on this. I find if the music bores me then I can't get into the display unless the competitor is really outstanding then I just become dumbstruck Too many IMO are using R&B and it just sends me to sleep

    There's nothing better than an piece of upbeat music or something with a dramatic build up if it is a slow piece (Alpha by Vangelis is my old time favorite).

    However, work with something that you feel comfortable with and suits you and your posing style.
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    RE: Competition music 2007/06/15 12:18:39 (permalink)
    I'd agree with the dramatic build up...

    I also think, unless you're a gymnast, extremely good poser, or dancer, fast music can be a problem for women as they rush through a routine messily...

    Hence, my personal preference is for music that's quite slow but as outlined above, builds to a climax.

    It depends what suits you, and hat you feel comfortable with.

    I really like Christina Aguilera, Pink and rock music with a bit of oomph to pose to.
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    RE: Competition music 2007/06/16 11:34:39 (permalink)
    i used christina aquilera "fighter" this yr but also considered guns n roses "welcome to the jungle" and "sweet child of mine", david bowie "rebel rebel", "moulin rouge", leanne rimes "cant fight the moonlight", couple of meatloaf tracks, ATB's "9pm ti I come", Public Domain "operation blade", and several others which i cant think of now

    as ppl said its really a personal thing.... try going onto www.amazon.com and look up compilation albums of the types of music you like, and by reading through the track listings you may see a song you love but you hadnt thought of or had forgotten about

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