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This is a fascinating combination of biographical detail and carefully described magical…
This is a fascinating combination of biographical detail and carefully described magical secrets researched and recorded by Dai Vernon and Lewis Ganson.
Vernon was an intimate friend of Leipzig. Vernon not only saw many performances given by Leipzig, but Leipzig also explained Vernon in detail how all of his tricks worked and how they are to be performed. Vernon recorded this in his notebooks from which this publication was prepared by Ganson and Vernon. It is therefore fair to say that this is as close as you will ever get to learn from Leipzig.
Leipzig was a gentelman of magic who could perform a close-up effect in the most intimate setting as well as command the largest stages in a style unlike any other.
1st edition 1963, PDF 192 pages.
word count: 41070 which is equivalent to 164 standard pages of text