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All That Jazz

by Jon Racherbaumer
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All That Jazz by Jon Racherbaumer

Jazz Aces was inauspiciously introduced to the magic world in 1971 when Peter Kane published Another Card Session. It was a fortuitous event because it appeared about the same time the Elmsley Count was gaining favor with magicians from coast to coast. Like weeds in an open field, packet tricks were also popping up everywhere. Furthermore, Kane's routine clarified the transposition aspects of basic Ace Assemblies. Using only 8 principal "players" (cards), his action procedure was simple and direct. Best of all, the final transposition was squeaky clean. As a result it did not take long for Jazz Aces to contagiously spread to every nook and cranny in magic world and, once that happened, the creative gentry began meddling, modifying, and finding ways to improve what they assumed was fixable.

  • FOREWORD
  • PETER KANE'S JAZZ ACES / Peter Kane
  • MODERN JAZZ ACES / Darwin Ortiz
  • JAZZ 1-2-3-4 / Dave Solomon
  • STREAMLINED JAZZ ACES / Edward Marlo
  • PROGRESSIVE JAZZ ACES / Dominique Duvivier
  • O'HENRY'S JAZZ ACES / Dave Solomon
  • STILL JAZZING AROUND / Jon Racherbaumer
  • RAZZ-A-MA-JAZZ ACES / Jon Racherbaumer
  • ON THE JAZZ TWO STEP / R. Paul Wilson
  • JAZZ WITH RHYTHM / Allan Ackerman
  • ACING THE JAZZ COUPLES / William P. Miesel
  • BLANK JAZZ ACES / Dave Solomon
  • PALING JAZZ ACES / Jon Racherbaumer
  • FUTURISTIC MODERN JAZZ ACES / George F. Miller
  • ILLOGICAL ACID-JAZZ ACES / Justin Higham
  • EQUIVOCAL ACID-JAZZ ACES
  • ALL THAT JAZZ / Randy Wakeman
  • WELL-TEMPERED ACES / John Bannon
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • CONTRIBUTIONS BY YEAR
1st edition 2020, PDF 89 pages.
word count: 22713 which is equivalent to 90 standard pages of text

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