Paul Harris has created some of the most original effects ever invented in magic and in Close-up Seductions Paul reveals many more of these fine routines. Another classic Paul Harris publication.
Pages 152 - Hardbound
The Dice Stacking Book is 104 pages of tips and advice covering all sorts of dice stacking variations. Well illustrated, including two flip books that show the basic stack and decapitation.
Look! Up in the sky. It's a Goshman. It's a Dingle. NO, it's – SUPER MAGIC! This book is about a strange being from the West Coast possessing miraculous skills and incredible ideas. SUPER MAGIC. Able to create innovative routines at a single bound. Faster than a speeding billet. More powerful than a gross of TV Magic Cards....
In Defiance II, you will once again take a walk into Reed's mind to see how he has broken down the elements of a classic routine, souped it back up, and yet still simplified it so even the earliest beginner can perform it. The seasoned professional will appreciate its impact.
Three cups are shown, along with a wand. Suddenly,...
Hugards Annuals Of Magic (1937-1939)
Here are Jean Hugard's recordings of magic from 1937-39, from illusions to close-up: tricks with coins, cards, silks, cigarettes, cigars, billiard balls, matches, newspapers, thimbles, paper, the Egg Bag and Linking Rings. Hugard clearly explains tricks such as Paul Curry's "Touch",...
Well, here we all are again, chaps and chapesses! Just when you thought it was safe to sneak back into your local magic emporium, another Lovell tome appears to shake the shelves and throw a bit of dust around! Within the pages here, you'll find some more thoughts on the performance of magic along with forty routines, bits and more....
These lecture notes contain six of Paul Romhany's favorite routines that he has performed over the past twenty years. They range from stand-up to stage and even a little close-up ditty using business cards. There is something in here for every type of performer.
After many years, and by popular demand, Kaufman and Company has reprinted the most highly-desired book: "Five Times Five: Japan." Contains fabulous and unique close-up magic for which Japanese magicians are know around the world. Republished in hardcover, with dustjackets, on acid-free paper.
Nearly 20 years in the making!
The reviewer for Genii gave the book the best review and highly recommends the book!
Here are just a few of the comments from those who have written lengthy tributes to Fred and his contribution to magic.
Two volumes of fine material from the master, Slydini. One volume contains all the text, the other contains all the photos. Includes cigarettes; coins; cards; paper balls over the head; and much more.
A beautiful hardbound set.
Here are 97 foolproof tricks with everyday objects that are easy and fun to perform. Karl Fulves, one of the most famous modern magic writers has described effects in: Money, ESP, Hanky Panky, Close-up, Linking Pins, Magic Show In A Matchbox and more! This is a great introduction to magic. 122 pages.
Scores of beautiful, close up photographs along with concise descriptions take you through the world of sleight of hand magic. Drawing from years of experience, the author shares with you, routines developed by the masters of the art of magic.
Over 250 pages filled with magic you will love to learn.
by Joshua Jay
Magic is everywhere, from the big spectacle celebrity of David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy to the quirky Penn and Teller to the spooky David Blaine and Criss Angel to the endless material on YouTube. But until now, learning it has never been easy—that's all about to change with Magic, a book that...
Five Points In Magic
by Juan Tamariz
Discover the Five Points and the Secrets of Using Them
Long out of print and widely sought after, The Five Points in Magic is Juan Tamariz's highly regarded study of the physical and psychological secrets that use the body to fool...
Prepare to be intrigued, delighted, elated Random Acts of Magic is an inspired and inspiring collection of more than 60 brand new, bread-and-butter goodies, tightened and refined over thousands of shows, lectures and television appearances! You'll find astonishing tricks with cards, coins, markers, cell phones, matchbooks,...
Both books offered in a set: Combo 1 & 2 and Finale. Presenting a book that covers almost every important area of the art of sleight of hand. Not only will you learn manipulations with coins and cards, but many magic props are included too. The props include: Linking Rings, Multiplying Candles among others. This book is actually two volumes...
Become a First-Rate Close-Up Performer with this indispensable Guide.
A Goldmine of Hints for the Pros
The real secrets of professional magicians are NOT their routines! If you want to be a pro, you don’t need another book of tricks; you need a guide through his world of professional close-up magic!
When it happens in their hands—
It's an old adage of conjuring:
The strongest magic happens in the hands of the audience.
A lesser-known corollary to this is:
The more that happens there, the stronger the magic.
So what if it all happened in their hands?
Paul Hallas' new book is a compilation of his favorite effects from the past 25 years. Some have appeared in print in limited edition booklets and magazines (some obscure), some are previously unpublished and others were released as marketed effects. Of those that have appeared before, some have evolved over the years and additional...
If you have not read and learned the magic contained in this book you have no business calling yourself a close-up magician. The magic by John Scarne, Dai Vernon, Bert Allerton, S. Leo Horowitz, Emil Jarrow, Francis Carlyle, Dr. Jacob Daley, Tony Slydini, Ross Bertram, Nate Leipzig, and Max Malini helped shape the art of close-up magic as...
Frank Chapman: The Elegant Phantom CD
by Frank Chapman