Heart Strings by Peter Samelson - Magic Trick

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Im really humbled and excited about being able to offer Peter Samelsons Heartstrings routine in a Pro Pack Ive watched Peter perform this at least a dozen times in studio and in front of live audiences and it always moves me - and I cant tell you the last time a magic routine has EVER done that. And now we have put together the whole thing in one of the most elaborate instructional pro packs I have ever produced.
- Bill Abbott
Peter Samelson is not a new name to the magic community. From his role as producer at NYCs Monday Night Magic - New Yorks longest running magic show to his endearing and dramatic presentations featured on numerous TV programs - not the least of which is his beautiful presentation of A Snowstorm in China.
Those fortunate enough to witness a live performance of Peters Gypsy Thread routine entitled Heartstrings know the magical and emotional effect it has on audiences. It has the unique qualities of playing well in close-up and on the largest of stages. All with a piece of thread and a script that took Peter over seven years to perfect.
In Peters release of Heartstrings we have put together the most exhaustive work on Gypsy Thread from a single performer ever committed to video instruction.
Here is what is included in the Heartstrings Pro Pack
Intensive Instructional DVD with
Studio and Live Stage Performances
Origins amp Influences
Method Overview
Various Thread Types Analyzed
Pre-Show Set-Up and Preparation
Wardrobe Considerations
Lighting Considerations
Music Considerations
Full Routine Walk-Through
A Conversation with Bill Abbott amp Peter Samelson.
In Addition
A beautiful royalty-free music theme written and performed on the piano by composer Scott Turk specifically for the Heartstrings routine - as used by Peter over the past couple decades. Included as an mp3 file easily accessed on any Mac/PC.
Printed Script written by Peter Samelson
Further reading am