SONATA FOR RING AND STRING
Dan Fleshman is a magician we would readily call a true gentleman. You could easily find him at home at a board meeting, or in a restaurant filled with children clamoring for him to perform a trick. His enjoyment of magic is infectious to all those who watch him perform. He is probably most famous for his ring and string routine which is simple called "Sonata for Ring and String." A beautifully choreographed, four phase routine for the Ring and String. Watching this performed is like watching poetry in motion. You will enjoy performing this stunning routine. All it takes to perform is a ring from your finger, and a string from your shoe. The effect is simple. You thread the string through the ring. You then hold both ends of the string tightly in one hand, while the other holds the ring. With a quick tug, the string penetrates the ring right before your spectator's eyes. You perform this several times, by different means, and each time the ring is magical removed from the string. This is a very strong effect and makes a great impromptu effect.