par Harry Riser
Format : format 22 cm × 28 cm, 250 pages, couverture rigide.
Prix : 55,00 €
Livre en anglais.
Harry Riser’s reputation as a magician’s magician, a man who can astound both the public and his peers, has been established for many decades. His ability to hone the « cutting edge » has kept him firmly among the avant-garde to the present day.
If the Riser name is new to you, here is a short sampling of opinions by others :
« Harry Riser has been my very close friend, confidant, and mentor for over 33 years. »
– JOHN THOMPSON
« Harry knows how spectators think. He knows what throws the observer’s brain into overload… »
« It wasn’t just that I couldn’t figure out how Harry was doing the tricks he performed. I couldn’t figure out how any method was possible. »
– MICHAEL CLOSE
« His magic sneaks up on you…then all of a sudden explodes ! »
– JON RACHERBAUMER
« Harry…made several suggestions for the Malini egg bag which I immediately included in my routine. »
– CHARLIE MILLER
Get the idea.
Almost ten years ago Ed Brown wrote The Feints and Temps of Harry Riser, a large selection of Riser magic. It was immediately acclaimed by the cognoscenti. A sequel was always planned, but various factors delayed its completion. Hermetic Press is proud to announce that that book, written this time by Mr. Riser himself, is now completed.
Secrets of an Escamoteur offers Riser material that the professionals have long been waiting for. In its 247 pages, full details are given on THE MALINI EGG BAG : its construction and the extraordinarily cunning Riser routine ; CHARLIE MILLER’S methods for breaks, double turnover, spread force and second deal ; BAFFLING CARD MAGIC : 45 Riser sleights, tricks and routines structured to fool everyone-yes, everyone ; THE RISER RINGS : the legendary linking-rings routine with three rings that defies the experts and astounds the public, on stage or up close.
Secrets of an Escamoteur is a top-quality hardcover in large format, offering clear and detailed text, painstakingly and copiously illustrated by Earle Oakes.