Encyclopedia of Silk Magic -Vol. 4 by Mark Trimble, ESM Publishers(c. 1993) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
Details: Volume Four , written several years after the original Rice publications contains modern adaptations and variations of all the effects published in the first 3 volumes, bringing this set up to date.
Although this is an encyclopedia of silk tricks, it also covers all types of conjuring props, making it of interest to any magician. Each volume has over 350 effects, over 500 pages, and 1000’s of illustrations.
The complete set of four is one of the finest set of books (both for production and material) any magician could have in his library.
VI Foreword and Acknowledgements
1543 CHAPTER TWENTY SIX – Harold R. Rice, An Encyclopedia and a Lifetime
1566 CHAPTER TWENTY SEVEN – Volume One Revisited
—– Folding Silk, Production of Single Silks, Quantities, Vanishes, Changes, Transpositions
1644 CHAPTER TWENTY EIGHT – Volume Two Revisited
—– Penetrations, Color Changes Silks, Silk Dyeing, Reel Less Magic, Twentieth Century Silks
1678 CHAPTER TWENTY NINE – Volume Three Revisited
—– Blendo, Naughty Silks, Silks and Eggs, Silks and Candles, Openers
1716 CHAPTER THIRTY – Silk loads and Steals
1748 CHAPTER THIRTY ONE – Silk Magic for Children
1773 CHAPTER THIRTY TWO – Silk Magic of Warren Stephens
1828 CHAPTER THIRTY THREE – Romantic Story of Silk Revisited
1840 CHAPTER THIRTY FOUR – Dyeing Your Own Silks Revisited
1855 INDEX (94 Extra Pages)
Submitted by Dietrich Keller
- Publisher: ESM Publishers
- Pages: 402
- Location: Boston, USA
- Dimensions: 5″x8″
- Date: 1993
- Binding: hardbound
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