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Sandy Chang from Taiwan performing a nice ball act to (what sounds like) flamenco music.

http://youtu.be/FDvw3gboX5I

I like how she has timed some of the magical effects to happen right on the strong beats in the music.
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I have posted her videos from YouTube many times. She is one of my favorite billiard ball acts. Her unique still and skill along with ideas that have never been done in the history of Billiard Ball Magic is wonderful to watch.

My most recent posting is here:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......um=10&29
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She is amazing! Very creative. His act reminds me of Lee Kisuks (Lukas) act.

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On 2013-04-25 15:00, alextsui wrote:
Sandy Chang from Taiwan performing a nice ball act to (what sounds like) flamenco music.

http://youtu.be/FDvw3gboX5I

I like how she has timed some of the magical effects to happen right on the strong beats in the music.


That's what I use to do when I did my dancing magic act. I made sure that the magic occured not just on strong beats, but if there a gliss or anthing else that sounded magical, then that's when I produce something or make something vanish.
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I felt like saying bravo at the end. Well done. The music is a version of "Hernando's Hideaway" from the Pajama Game. I don't know what version it was, but the music was beautiful too.
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Mtpascoe,

The first song is an instrumental version of the french song "La Bohème", composed by Jacques Plante and by the armenien (french) singer "Charles Aznavour", who made it famous.

The second song is in deed an instrumental version of the worldfamous "Hernando's Hideaway" tango composed by "Richard Adler" and "Jerry Ross".


Oliver.
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Thank you Oliver. The piece was very good and she did a wonderful job with it.
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I enjojed that. On of the few manipulation acts that doesent make me bored.
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Loved the billiard ball to flower (and back again) production. It fit so well with the whole show, including the music which suggests a rose! Lynn
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I like the use of the frame as a portal to magic, i.e. magic occurs when passed through the portal.

With so many people today having a view of the world limited to a small screen/frame, possibly this is a yet unexplored approach.
I have a large ring in combination with coins, but not other objects.

Hmmmm. may even dig out my square/circle gimmick.
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Some magicians become ecstatic when they see a "look how cleverly I manipulate these, balls, coins, cards, etc."

A few non magicians, also.

Sorry, I'm not one. I learned EARLY, to create situations that are FUN to watch. (worked for me for half a century!)

Watch CARDINI! He didn't just "manipulate" cards! He created a "situation"!
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I like the use of the frame as a portal to magic, i.e. magic occurs when passed through the portal.

With so many people today having a view of the world limited to a small screen/frame, possibly this is a yet unexplored approach.
I have a large ring in combination with coins, but not other objects.

Hmmmm. may even dig out my square/circle gimmick.


Hey Ken! A square circle, aint no "gimmick"! hee hee
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Hey Ken! A square circle, aint no "gimmick"! hee hee


Mine is rusted together and isn't really a prop either Smile Its sole purpose is to catch on the top of a drawer so that it won't open.
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I had "that" problem with my double ended thmb tp, but, it fell into a black art well, one day, and, the "problem" disappeared!
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