Human Xylophone

Trick by Keith Fields
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Human Xylophone

130.00 usd

Trick by Keith Fields ($130.00)

Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
Human Xylophone - magic

Searching for a fantastic, stage-filling routine with tons of audience helpers? Keith Fields' amazing bit of business in which eight audience members are transformed into a musical scale, becoming a "Human Xylophone," is loads of fun!

Keith's six-minute interactive routine, filled with laughs, gags, double-takes, surprises and a crowd-pleasing musical finish is perfect for family shows, street shows, school shows, birthday parties, church shows and more. It fits squarely in our "it's not magic but" category. That's right, there's no magic trick here, but we can assure you the applause will be long-lasting! There's no sleight-of-hand required. Your success is based purely on your audience management skills. You get easy-to-follow instructions. Combine those with Keith's video and you're all set to perform. Check out the video and you'll see what a crowd-pleaser Human Xylophone can be.

You receive eight specially-prepared metal chimes on leather loops and eight wooden spoons in a cloth sac as well as Keith's personal routine that has become a staple in his family show.

Whether you use magic to teach the importance of cooperation, teamwork and achieving goals, or just as pure entertainment, the Human Xylophone is a perfect fit. Get this trick today and get "in tune" with your family audience.


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  • Andy asks: Does this come with a DVD, online video or printed routine instructions? Thanks.

    • 1. Tony answers: as far as I know it comes with a written instruction
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