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Classical music made quite an appearance at the explosive Winter Olympics opening ceremony, with music by Russian masters Tchaikovsky, Borodin, Stravinsky and Khachaturian as well as performances from Anna Netrebko and Valery Gergiev. Take a look at the stunning pictures.
Don't think Russia got the memo about how many Olympic rings there were meant to be... four out of five snowflakes expanded to become the interlocking Olympic symbol, but there was a slight technical hitch prompting the hashtag #Sochifail to trend on Twitter!
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