One of the most sought-after books is finally available again after years out of print. Sonata influenced generations of magicians and contains some of the finest material Juan Tamariz ever created.
The Vanishing Inc. team is not shy about how much we respect and love Juan Tamariz. We truly believe he is one of the best magicians to ever live. His contributions to magic changed the art forever.
By the time Sonata was released in 1989, Juan Tamariz was already a major celebrity in his home country of Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. His previous books Five Points in Magic and The Magic Way had also introduced the international magic community to his genius. Building on this foundation, he released Sonata and cemented his place as a true master of magic.
Sonata features many of Juan Tamariz’s most cherished effects. It’s some of the finest card magic we have ever seen. Tons of incredible routines plucked directly from his professional repertoire.
It was first introduced as part of the “Bewitched Music” series that also brought us the groundbreaking Mnemonica. By the time Mnemonica was released though, Sonata had been long out of print. Trying to find a copy on the secondary market for a reasonable price was a nearly impossible task.
That is why we are so thrilled that Sonata is finally back in print. This newly-edited version fixes some errors and omissions from the original while keeping the core ideas the same. You’ll be amazed at how relevant everything in this book is, even all these years later.
The material in Sonata has aged like a fine wine. Today's magicians will love diving into these practical routines and using them to give their audiences a feeling of genuine amazement.
As an added bonus, each book also comes with a reproduction of a fantastic booklet that was originally released alongside Sonata. It’s called The New Mini-Symbolic Method, and it teaches you a system of symbols that was developed by Juan Tamariz to help magicians better read, interpret, and document new tricks.
Any serious magician cannot afford to miss their chance to get a copy of Sonata before it sells out!
271 Pages | Hardcover | Standard Version