The Magic Caf
Username:
Password:
[ Lost Password ]
  [ Forgot Username ]
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Trick coin trickery » » The best Sun & Moon routine. (8 Likes) Printer Friendly Version

 Go to page [Previous]  1~2~3~4~5
doug brewer
View Profile
V.I.P.
1141 Posts

Profile of doug brewer
I love the Soleil Et Lune version of the sun/moon gaff. The ability of the half dollar to nest within the copper [ is critical to so many clean displays it's a worthy investment. It's a perfect gaff to integrate into standard C/S routines with the Roger Klaus finish for the big finale. I have used it in front of, and after, John Bannon's Shanghai Surprise ("Fidget", in my TUV2 DVD). It's also used in Luis Piedrahita's Wild Coin routine in his book, Coins & Other Fables (so good).
gregg webb
View Profile
Special user
967 Posts

Profile of gregg webb
Is the gaff in Scott's ?
Corbett
View Profile
Inner circle
Indiana
1165 Posts

Profile of Corbett
Sorry to ask a repeated question, as I'm still not sure I'm clear on it. I have the sun/moon coin only (shaved down c/s coin and unexpanded EP [. What other coins are needed to make up the Sun and Mood "set?"

Also, where the heck can this Soleil et Lune routine be seen? I've never seen it.

Thanks in advance.
ajb6864
View Profile
Special user
Greece
623 Posts

Profile of ajb6864
Hi Corbett,

Soleil Et Lune can be found in a few places in print :- Richard Kaufman's "Collected Almanac" and Roger Klause "In Concert". I have a feeling it may be in print in another source, such as "Magic Menu" as well, but not 100% sure as I'm not near my books.

I think the best source for learning the routine is on Lance Pierce et al DVD, "Friends Of Roger Klause" volume 2.

Enjoyed your YouTube video of you performing Doug Conn's "Copper, Silver, Brash" btw. It is a favourite bar trick of mine.

All the best,
Alan
ajb6864
View Profile
Special user
Greece
623 Posts

Profile of ajb6864
Now that I think of it, it may not actually be in Klause's own book, because I remember having to track it down to the Almanac even though I had the Klause book.

It is definitely in v2 of the Almanac though, as I've got it here in front of me!
Corbett
View Profile
Inner circle
Indiana
1165 Posts

Profile of Corbett
Quote:
On Oct 20, 2021, ajb6864 wrote:
Hi Corbett,

Soleil Et Lune can be found in a few places in print :- Richard Kaufman's "Collected Almanac" and Roger Klause "In Concert". I have a feeling it may be in print in another source, such as "Magic Menu" as well, but not 100% sure as I'm not near my books.

I think the best source for learning the routine is on Lance Pierce et al DVD, "Friends Of Roger Klause" volume 2.

Enjoyed your YouTube video of you performing Doug Conn's "Copper, Silver, Brash" btw. It is a favourite bar trick of mine.

All the best,
Alan


Thanks. I had forgotten about that one. Is the Klause routine on video somewhere?
dj
View Profile
Inner circle
1014 Posts

Profile of dj
Quote:
On Oct 20, 2021, Corbett wrote:
Quote:
On Oct 20, 2021, ajb6864 wrote:
Hi Corbett,

Soleil Et Lune can be found in a few places in print :- Richard Kaufman's "Collected Almanac" and Roger Klause "In Concert". I have a feeling it may be in print in another source, such as "Magic Menu" as well, but not 100% sure as I'm not near my books.

I think the best source for learning the routine is on Lance Pierce et al DVD, "Friends Of Roger Klause" volume 2.

Enjoyed your YouTube video of you performing Doug Conn's "Copper, Silver, Brash" btw. It is a favourite bar trick of mine.

All the best,
Alan


Thanks. I had forgotten about that one. Is the Klause routine on video somewhere?


See COINvention Inaugural Collection DVD 2:
http://www.coinvanish.com/coinventiondvd.html
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Trick coin trickery » » The best Sun & Moon routine. (8 Likes)
 Go to page [Previous]  1~2~3~4~5
[ Top of Page ]
All content & postings Copyright © 2001-2022 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved.
This page was created in 0.02 seconds requiring 5 database queries.
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café
are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic.
> Privacy Statement <

ROTFL Billions and billions served! ROTFL