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Come to the Physics sing-along
at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society in San Antonio!
Come sing funny physics lyrics set to familar tunes (or just listen)! Drink free beer! Meet new friends!
Sponsored by the American Physical Society
Wednesday March 4, 9:00-10:30 pm
Grand Hyatt Hotel
"Lonestar C" Ballroom This is right next to the convention center.
Examples from the 2013sing-along:
VIDEO (set to "Da Doo Ron Ron", by Jeff Barry Ellie Greenwich, and Phil Spector, made famous by the Crystals)
"Complex Z" video from the 2013 sing-along
(set to "Let It Be", by the Beatles)
Why Physics Songs? .. Ways to use songs in courses
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Songs by Prof. Walter Smith &
Songs from 1947 and
from 1985 by Prof. Arthur Roberts
The Physical Revue,
by Tom Lehrer
by Dr. James Livingston
Musical Shows (with video) by Prof. Kevin Krisciunas
sung by the Cavendish Society in the early 1900's
for 2006 APS-sponsored Physics Sing-along / Listen-along
Lyrics & video
clips from 2007 APS-sponsored Sing-along / Listen-along
Holiday party singalong
Seven of my favorite physics carols, in printer-friendly format
Songs (with recordings) by the students of Walter
Rap (with recording) by Matthew Guberman-pfeffer
Winner of the
"NanoTube" contest sponsored by the American Chemical Society:
The Nano Song, by Patrick Bennett, David Carlton, Molly Felz, Nola Klemfuss, Glory Liu, Ryan Miyakawa, Stacey Wallace, and Angelica Zen of the University of California at Berkeley:
The Nano Song from nanomonster on Vimeo.
(To see the video in higher resolution, mouse over it, then click on the "HD" icon.)
The Particle Physics Song, lyrics by Danuta Orlowska, performed by the CERN Choir in the CERN Control Center! (Tune: " The Bold Hippopotamus" by Flanders and Swann) Video interview with the author, Danuta Orlowska!
Celebrate this year's Nobel Prize with
Graphene -- The Musical!
Prof. Paul Neitzel, Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Tech -- Vocals, bass line & electronic percussion
Mike Duffee -- Guitars Conceived & recorded for Inside the Black Box
Profs. Bill Hunt & Pete Ludovice, Georgia Tech
WREK Radio, Georgia Tech
Our Universe, by
Prof. Francis P. Wilkin
"Glad Gliese" © by Kathleen Martin: mp3 .. lyrics
(tune: "Sad Lisa", by Cat Stevens)
In 2010, astronomers announced the discovery of the planet Gliese 581g, which may have all the conditions needed for life. It has a mass three times that of Earth, and orbits a red dwarf star about 22 light years away. This beautiful song lays out some of the basic facts, and dreams about the possibility of humanity colonizing the planet.
Image by Lynnette Cook
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