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'''Quick-change''' is a performance style in which a performer changes quickly within seconds from one costume into another costume in front of the audience.
[[Quick-change]] is a performance style in which a performer changes quickly within seconds from one costume into another costume in front of the audience.
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One of the first English books to contain material on magic costume changes were "The Magicians Annual" (1911) and [[Exclusive Magical Secrets]] (1912) by [[Will Goldston]].
 
One of the first English books to contain material on magic costume changes were "The Magicians Annual" (1911) and [[Exclusive Magical Secrets]] (1912) by [[Will Goldston]].
  
 
==Books==
 
==Books==
* Lightning Changes and Illusion Transformations by George La Follette (1936)
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* ''Quick Change Secrets'' in The [[Magician Annual]] 1910/11]] by [[Will Goldston]] (1911)
* Quickchange (2003) by Sven Schoppenhauer (German) and translated to English by Lee Alex.
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* [[Lightning Changes and Illusion Transformations]] by [[George La Follette]] (1936)
* "Time for a Change?" (2009) by Lee Alex (190 pages, hard cover) (English)
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* Quickchange (2003) by Lex Schoppi (German)  
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* Quick Change (2005) by Lex Schoppi translated to English by Lee Alex.
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* Quick Change 2 (2009) by Lex Schoppi translated to English by Lee Alex.
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* Time for a Change? (2009) by Lee Alex (190 pages, hard cover) (English)
  
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Latest revision as of 15:00, 6 December 2011

Quick-change is a performance style in which a performer changes quickly within seconds from one costume into another costume in front of the audience.

One of the first English books to contain material on magic costume changes were "The Magicians Annual" (1911) and Exclusive Magical Secrets (1912) by Will Goldston.

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References

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