Culp’s Letter (number six): The World of Style

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August 20, 2010 by Donna Culp Culp’s Letter (number five): The World of Style

Even as I try to write blogs for “the world of style”— my all-time favorite topic—I fear that I’m not as organized as some of you. In this case, I’m 99 percent sure to make improvement, IF you don’t take so long to answer.

Yes, I am crazy about you, and I want your names posted on my blog. ARE YOU READY?
With my request in mind and ten fingers on the keyboard, I am here to lay down some really good questions. Except instead of my answer (or opinion), I’m looking for yours. And even one comment that you send to me— or ten, I read them all.

ONE
What’s your take on choreography? Some say it’s the big thing.

TWO
What kind of music fits a gymnast without musicality? Don’t answer, none!

THREE
What’s hot for a floor-routine? I’m big on cool-looking floor patterns.

FOUR
What do you call a creative risk in choreography? (Hint: Stretch the imagination.)

FIVE
What would people say about your gymnast’s choreography? “You wow.”

SIX
How many times do you decide to start a new routine—2 years on a single routine?

SEVEN
What key features do you take note when it comes to a “great routine?”

EIGHT
How many times do you decide to start a new routine—2 years on a single routine?

NINE
What would be a dream-gymnast for a choreographer?

TEN
What makes a routine an art form?

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