|Here are four music videos excerpted from my instructional DVDs on cake and sugar art. Beginning at the top is my most recent production, demonstrating holiday gum paste sugar flowers and festive decorations. If after watching each music video, you like what you see, then click on its title link to see a movie preview of these fun and rewarding lessons.|
|Music video #4 - "Lo! How a Rose E'er blooming!" lyrics and musical arrangment by Scott Clark Woolley; animation by Bill Dietrich|
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|Originally in German, this holiday carrol favorite, with new lyrics and arrangement, underscores DVD #7, "Holiday Flowers In Sugar."|
|Music video #3 - "The King of Hearts" - lyrics and music by Scott Clark Woolley; Animation by Bill Dietrich|
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|Thematically keeping with the empowering story of "The Land of Oz," this original song is the charming opening number for DVD #6 entitled, "Practical Tips Before Starting a...Cake Art Business."|
|Music video #2 - "The Heart of the City" - lyrics and music by Scott Clark Woolley|
|Click picture to view!||Love of cake decorating and my life in New York City go hand in hand. I wrote a song in honor of this great metropolis and how it has inspired me throughout my 35 years of cake decorating.When filming this video, I trotted around on bicycle capturing various seasons, activities and sites within but a mile or two walking distance from my studio. Hope you enjoy viewing an expression of my love for New York City.|
|This is the opening song from my instructional DVD #2 called, "The Heart of Cake Deorating - Baking, Icing, Piping, & Rolled Fondant."|
|Music video #1 - "In Praise of Gaia" - Lyrics & Music by Scott Clark Woolley|
|Click Picture to view!||The name "Gaia" is the spiritual name for our dear Mother Earth. Throughout the video, butterflies and insects fly around. They are actually sugar creations that were, in the past, photographed on a cake, and then later digitally animated. Hope you enjoy my homage to Mother Earth.|
|This music video is from instructional DVD #4, "Garden Flowers In Sugar with Sugar Critters."|
|These videos are also viewable on YouTube.com:|
|On a more personal note, my 40th reunion from York Suburban High School in York, Pennsylvania occurred in September 2013. Here is a montage of photo stills from the musical, "Fiddler on the Roof" in which I performed the lead during my senior year. I have placed it on Youtube to see.|
|If you wish to here more audio recordings of other numbers from the show, click on title links below. Keep in mind these recording are as ancient as I am, long before the digital ere.
1. "The Pledge"
2. "The Dream"
|Cover of program.|