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Postby Guest » 07/26/05 09:56 PM

I have been looking for copies of the Tamariz books, especially Sonata and the Five Points of Magic, and I can't seem to find them. Are they more readily available in Spanish somehow? Any suggestions on how to obtain copies?

Postby NCMarsh » 07/27/05 03:43 AM

They are likely to be reprinted in English in the near future by Stephen Minch. I have no idea what the timetable is like but would expect them to appear after Flamenco Sketches (Tamariz' next book in english -- volume III of bewitched music).


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Postby Vraagaard » 07/27/05 04:39 AM

That would be a good idea. I have been looking for these late editions for more than a year. Found one on ebay but the price was outrageously high.
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Postby Alexander Crawford » 07/27/05 07:21 AM

I have a spare copy of Sonata that I intend to sell on eBay in the near future (probably in mid August). If you want I can let you know when I list it. I can't say whether the final price will be outrageous.
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Postby Guest » 08/03/05 06:26 PM

When I was in Madrid, I visited the offices of Editorial Pginas, and I think that Editorial Frakson's old material is now owned by Pginas.


They have been selling the older material, and I don't think they have any of the old stock of Tmariz material at this point.

Here is a link to their English section. There's only two books listed.

http://www.librosdemagia.com/catalogo_i ... ?idioma=si

It was also mentioned that they will be collaborating with Hermetic Press to redo the Tmariz books in English, if I recall correctly.


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