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Oscar Castro-Neves Praise for Dr. Warren Woodruff's Dr. Fuddle and The Gold Baton

"How wonderful to discover a book for young readers that is full of art, history, great music, and yet teaching what is right and what is wrong. All done in an magical and imaginative way. We need this book."   ~ Oscar Castro-Neves

Oscar Castro-Neves

Oscar Castro-Neves (born May 15, 1940 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian guitarist, arranger, and composer who is considered a founding figure in Bossa nova. He was born as one of triplets and formed a band with his brothers in his youth. At 16 he had a national hit with Chora Tua Tristeza. Many of the early Bossa Nova musicians began as teens so this was only slightly unusual. In 1962 he was in a Bossa Nova concert at Carnegie Hall, later he toured with Stan Getz and Sérgio Mendes. He went on to work with a diverse array of musicians includingYo Yo Ma, Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Stevie Wonder, João Gilberto, Lee Ritenour, Airto Moreira, Toots Thielemans, John Klemmer, Carol Welsman and Diane Schuur. During the 1970s and early 1980s he was member of the Paul Winter Consort.

He currently lives in Los Angeles, California where he has worked as an orchestrator for several films including Blame it on Rio and Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit.  

 Dr. Fuddle and the Golden Baton, by Warren L. Woodruff
Dr. Fuddle and the Golden Baton
by Warren L. Woodruff
Only retrieving the gold baton can hold back chaos.
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