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Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton on atl&co with young pianist David Kan.


Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton performing with singer Angelica Hale.


Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton appearing at 2016 Tower of Talent at the Cobb Energy Center.

“One Note Can Make a Difference!” Lyrics by Warren Woodruff based on the final movement of Beethoven’s Waldstein Sonata, Op. 53, arranged by Warren Woodruff and Brianna Spottsville. Performed by Ellie Coe, piano, Carley Vogel, soprano with the Roswell High School Orchestra and the Atlanta Academy of Vocal Arts.


Touching Introduction & Performance


Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton appearing with Angelica Hale on Atlanta & Company, NBC Affiliate โ€“ WXIA TV

October 17, 2016


Interview with Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton featured on Atlanta & Company, NBC Affiliate โ€“ WXIA TV

October 12, 2015


July 24, 2015: Dr. Warren Woodruff appears with his book Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton and his amazing student and her proud parent on ‘Atlanta And Company’. Watch “Fuddlemania” in action!

Dr. Warren Woodruff appears with his book Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton and his amazing student and her proud parent on 'Atlanta And Company'. Watch "Fuddlemania" in action!


Interview with Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton featured on Atlanta & Company, NBC Affiliate – WXIA TV: April 13, 2015


Buckhead residentโ€™s play adapted into books, movies

by Everett Catts
Neighbor Newspapers

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Interview with Dr. Warren Woodruff, Author of Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton featured on Atlanta & Company, NBC Affiliate – WXIA TV


A Review Posted
on Amazon.com

Dr. Fuddle and the Gold Baton is an entertaining new children’s fantasy novel. It follows five contemporary, middle-school aged American kids on a journey that sets them against a backdrop (a magical land called Orphea) that is part 18th century European high-society and part classical Greek mythology. The result is unlike anything else around; it is innovative, intelligent, and extremely charming. It is a must-read for anyone who loves music and/or an imaginative, other-worldly adventure.

This delightful book rescues classical music from the long-abandoned trunk in Grandma’s attic, packed with moth balls amid other `relics’ such corsets and petticoats, and dusts it off for the 21st Century. It presents classical music as fresh, relevant, high-tech, and most importantly to teens, cool.

One of Dr. Woodruff’s stated goals is to instill a love for classical music in generations to come. This story (all while entertaining and provoking thought) will surely succeed in that respect.
โ€“ Amazon.com Customer


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