The Lost Opera

Choreographed By
Alison Biggs (UK), Peter Metelnick (UK). July 2012
Artist
Kimera
Choreographed to
Level
Intermediate
Count
64
Walls
4





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Reviews of The Lost Opera.


Lorna
16th Oct 2012
I note your comment Ross and yes I agree about the 'Marmite' tag, but I absolutely LOVE the music, as I've said before, I bought the cassette back in the 80's, I would love one of my tutors to go with it, maybe the more votes, the higher it'll go; then who knows?
I note your comment Ross and yes I agree about the 'Marmite' tag, but I absolutely LOVE the music, as I've said before, I bought the cassette back in the 80's, I would love one of my tutors to go with it, maybe the more votes, the higher it'll go; then who knows?
 

Pamela Pelser
14th Oct 2012
Loving this dance more and more..... hope it goes a long way
Loving this dance more and more..... hope it goes a long way
 

Sue Thomas
9th Oct 2012
So cleverly choreographed, fits the music perfectly, especially when you remember the 'lost' count! Music v. different & definitely grows on you too.
So cleverly choreographed, fits the music perfectly, especially when you remember the 'lost' count! Music v. different & definitely grows on you too.
 

Patricia Medlicott
8th Oct 2012
Lovely dance - does fit the music beautifully and is fun to dance, vey clever choreography.
Lovely dance - does fit the music beautifully and is fun to dance, vey clever choreography.
 

Mack
8th Oct 2012
sorry to disagree but saw this danced on the weekend didnt look like it fitted the music at all didn't look like the dancers were all in time i will skip this one!!
sorry to disagree but saw this danced on the weekend didnt look like it fitted the music at all didn't look like the dancers were all in time i will skip this one!!
 

Pamela Pelser
3rd Oct 2012
This dance is just GREAT. It is FUN, challenging............... WE love it and I think it is going to turn out to be one of my favourite dances.Thanks to all who had a hand (and foot) in it. Super!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This dance is just GREAT. It is FUN, challenging............... WE love it and I think it is going to turn out to be one of my favourite dances.Thanks to all who had a hand (and foot) in it. Super!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Ross Brown
23rd Sep 2012
I've been looking at this dance for weeks and I am still undecided. I can't help but think it's a marmite dance. I have lost count (if you pardon the pun) as to how many times I have listened to the song and changed my opinion. I can see the appeal of this dance and like the fact that it is something a bit out of the ordinary. Can see this being quite popular within certain line dance groups though.
I've been looking at this dance for weeks and I am still undecided. I can't help but think it's a marmite dance. I have lost count (if you pardon the pun) as to how many times I have listened to the song and changed my opinion. I can see the appeal of this dance and like the fact that it is something a bit out of the ordinary. Can see this being quite popular within certain line dance groups though.
 

Savvydancer
21st Sep 2012
Cracking choreography from Peter & Alison to a unique piece of music.Took a few times through to get the 'lost' one count tag. Fun to dance with some interesting step combinations. Bravo P&A. Another hit.
Cracking choreography from Peter & Alison to a unique piece of music.Took a few times through to get the 'lost' one count tag. Fun to dance with some interesting step combinations. Bravo P&A. Another hit.
 

Denise Nicholls
West Midlands
4th Sep 2012
Have to say what a brilliant piece of choreography by P&A to a pop opera track although the music is never repeated the dance fits spot on even the one count tag and the restart and the four count tag on the final wall to finish the dance. some Dancers were unsure at first but once it started coming together they started to enjoy it. One of my personal favourites at the mo
Have to say what a brilliant piece of choreography by P&A to a pop opera track although the music is never repeated the dance fits spot on even the one count tag and the restart and the four count tag on the final wall to finish the dance. some Dancers were unsure at first but once it started coming together they started to enjoy it. One of my personal favourites at the mo
 

Krazy Feet
4th Sep 2012
this is a great dance tricky counts to master for sec 2&3 but they work . the dance has lots of energy and fun to a very unusual piece of opera music a bit like stars on 45 well done to alison and peter a big thanks to the linedancer script editor and FIRST IN LINE
this is a great dance tricky counts to master for sec 2&3 but they work . the dance has lots of energy and fun to a very unusual piece of opera music a bit like stars on 45 well done to alison and peter a big thanks to the linedancer script editor and FIRST IN LINE
 

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