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Dai Vernon, known to magicians worldwide as "The Professor," was one of close-up magic's greatest exponents. His brilliant work inspired generations of close-up magicians. Close-up magic includes tricks with cards, coins, finger rings, sponge balls and even small silks. Jean Hugard wrote a complete book on the subject called, "Close-up Magic.
The Matrix is a strong visual close-up trick that uses just four cards and four coins.
They may work on a stage, raised platform or even at floor level for clubs and service organizations, school assemblies, colleges, night clubs, cruise ships, hotels and resorts, corporate meetings and trade shows, and banquets. Many stand-up magicians also use tongue-in-cheek comedy "patter" in their acts to keep their audiences laughing while they are being fooled.
Some stand-up magicians specialize even further, catering to a specific type of audience, such as children kid shows. These magicians structure their act and market it accordingly.
There are books filled with comedy lines or patter written specifically for magical entertainers. Most of this material can be performed even by magicians who are not naturally funny; though good delivery and timing is essential. Magicians who perform mentalism exclusively are called "mentalists. Professional mentalists create the impression that they are able to read the minds of audience members through various "tests" or experiments.
Mentalists usually work with common everyday props that are above suspicion, such as pads, clipboards, books, envelopes, playing cards, etc. While some mentalists shun the use of playing cards, many of the mentalism greats had no problem using them, including Al Koran, German mentalist Ted Lesley, and of course, Ted Annemann who was a master inventor and performer of truly subtle magic and mentalism effects with cards.
Ted Annemann was one of the most creative and prolific mentalists and magicians of all time and his book, "Practical Mental Effects" is a virtual "how to" course in mentalism with nearly powerful, yet easy-to-perform mental effects and routines, organized into 12 categories. While mentalists usually work for larger groups, some also work one-on-one performing "private readings" using a process called "cold reading.
Robert Nelson Enterprises publications remain a must-have resource for all serious mentalists or those aspiring to enter the field. In the Middle Ages, "mountebanks" would perform at street markets and fairs, often in collusion with pickpockets and other ne'er-do-wells. Street magicians today combine close-up and stand-up magic, as well as comedy magic.
Their success and livelihood depends upon their ability to draw a crowd and perform their miracles under demanding conditions. This often means being surrounded by spectators.
As a result, street magicians must understand their "angles" as well as be experts in the art of misdirection. In recent years, there have been a number of popular "street magic" television specials. While not traditional street magic in the sense of the busking performer; they do share the approach of performing magic for strangers. TV street magicians work mostly with everyday objects instead of "magician's props" and often include mentalism or mindreading tricks in their show.
These shows are often carefully edited to promote only the most spectacular results and reactions, when they occur.
Many of the other effects in Blaine's breakthrough magic TV special are explained in Extreme Magic, available from Trickshop. Aside from coin workers, who often perform close-up, these types of acts came largely out of Vaudeville where the intense competition demanded "something different.
It means having a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of magic. Whatever type of magic or area of specialization you choose, all magicians must know and master the basics if they want to fool and entertain their audiences.
Both are important, if you want to be a successful magician.
Here are the core fundamentals of magic. Remember Houdin's description cited earlier that a "magician is an actor" playing the role of a magician? In magic, we call this Showmanship. We will notify you via email as soon as it becomes available. Step-by-step instructions and photographs guide students through easy magic tricks.
Readers will learn how to impress audiences with tricks that require minimal, inexpensive props such as a deck of cards or a single coin. Helpful tips ensure the success of even the youngest budding magicians. Barnhart, Norm, Charney, Steve Pages: Jul Welcome to the Raintree website.
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My First Guide to Magic Tricks 0 reviews. Cancel Subscribe. download on Google Play. The tricks final impact is a lot greater for it! Learn Easy Magic eBook Another fantastic course for beginners and a few pearls for the more seasoned magician is the Learn Easy Magic eBook collection. Created by the professional magician Bryan Dean you can learn magic with money, amazing card magic, mind reading and magic with everyday objects.
The four eBooks are not light in content either, each one is well over 50 pages. It's a great read and a lot of magic for the money.
Not the best 'sales page' but if you get past that, I really loved the content. One of my favourite tricks is the "The Napkin Ball" so simple but very cool. Check it out HERE.