Fred Kaps Lecture Book by Fred Kaps - Book
Fred Kaps (1926-1980) was widely regarded as one of the greatest performers of his time and his work is still widely studied by performers to this day. His influence can be found all over the world.
"Effect should come first, method second" was Fred's rule. In this booklet, he lists out his advice for performers and covers routines for Coins Thru Table, his Twisting the Aces, One Cup, Three Ball Routine, In Debt routine on money, Real Magic Silk effect, Newspaper to Dollars, Tenkai Card Production, Red in Blue Deck, Sound Coin Vanish, Silver and Copper, Close Up Working Area, Dreibeek Variations, Coin Change & Vanish, Kap's Theory.
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