Art Of Floating DVD (Peki)
- Difficulty: INTERMEDIATE
- Category: CLOSE-UP MAGIC
- Product Type: DVD
Peki, a F.I.S.M World Champion, with more than 25 years of professional experience, has performed in more than 50 countries. This DVD features Peki performing and explaining his favorite, professional, close-up floating routines. Peki has studied the art of floating objects for many years and now reveals his secrets for the first time. You will learn all of his subtleties and handling tips, so you too can perform these incredible fantasy floating routines.
Routines performed and explained include:
►The Dancing Handkerchief: A close-up version of the famed Dancing Handkerchief routine used by many stage magicians. A miniature handkerchief jumps out of a small container, dances, bounces around and walks across a magic wand before going back into it's jewel box. The entire routine happens in your hands while standing.
►The Fairytale Of The Silver Pearl: Perhaps the most beautiful routine on the DVD features a small silver ball that is removed from a seashell and a takes a life of its own. It floats in the air, between your fingers, rides up a small magic wand, travels along the circumference of a large ball bearing and rolls along the back of your hand as it finally floats to you so it can be put back into the shell.
►Dance of the Butterfly: A paper butterfly flutters above your hands, flies around and even lands on a rose.
►BONUS: Included with the DVD is Peki's custom invisible thread that is manufactured especially for these routines. This special thread is not black, shiny or straight, allowing the routines to be performed close-up, right under the audience's noses.
Also includes a performance of Peki's Heart In Love routine. Produced by Meir Yedid Magic. Professionally dubbed into English from German. Original release date: DVD: February 2003, VHS: 2000. Running time: approximately 35 minutes.
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Great 3 floating effects,however I do not understand why if he speaks english as he does in the introduction,during his explanations of the effects,he choose to do it in German.therefore I was lost...missing the tips...handlings...how to connect the thread to the floating objects.not even some subtitles...it was frustrating to see him explaining the effects well but in German...Comen...is very frustrating and disappointing to miss so much information.plus in the cover of the dvd ,they should mention that is in German,be use you get fooled with the titles...and menu of the dvd in english