If watching this doesn't make you happier, something must be wrong with you.
Several current ice dancers have trained and performed the Finnstep in one of the two competitions in which it was the CD back in the 2009 season - Europeans and Four Continents. But a short dance does require a different approach in order to hit the required key points, and of course, dancers will have more leeway in terms of music used: the ISU requires that the pattern part of the dance use a Quickstep rhythm, while the rest can also include a Charleston, Foxtrot, or Swing music.
Cappellini and Lanotte's Finnstep, 2009 Euros
I loved the program on which the Finnstep is based, really liked it in its one season as a CD, and am hoping that at least some of the ice dance teams will be able to live up to its sparkling, joyful spirit and provide us with some memorable SDs in the coming season.
And the Finnstep at the Olympics = excellent!