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From the introduction:
This book has been primarily written for the Drawing-Room and Concert Artist who will, I trust, find the material offered for his perusal, sufficiently away from the "beaten track" to be of practical value. The majority of the effects described have been thoroughly "tried out" - and therefore they can be relied upon to "work." I have endeavoured to set forth a selection of original ideas that are not only (to the best of my belief) new in effect, but, to some extent, in method also - thus checkmaking the spectator who knows just a little too much.
1st edition 1924, 90 pages; PDF 51 pages.word count: 19533 which is equivalent to 78 standard pages of text