Songs from the Science Frontier

by Deb on August 10, 2010

Children’s songwriter Monty Harper is working on a new album called “Songs from the Science Frontier.”  It has songs based on real scientists about their work – the example below is Copernicus, but there are more modern ones too.  He is crowd-sourcing the funding for the album – you go to this page and pre-order a CD, if he gets enough orders the CD is made, if he doesn’t you don’t have to pay for anything.

This is a great example of fun science, with a catchy tune kids love to listen and dance to – it was definitely a hit with my girls this morning 😀  I’m not only pledging a CD for us, I’m going to get a couple of extras that will hopefully appear as giveaways on here.  I say hopefully, because I’m hoping you guys will visit and pledge as well so there are enough for it to be produced!

I found out about this through She Thought, have a look for stories from someone who’s worked with Monty and heard him performing.

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Ticktock August 10, 2010 at 8:43 pm

Typo… Monty Harper, not Hill. Just thought I’d let you know.
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Deb August 10, 2010 at 8:55 pm

Oops, fixed thanks. No idea where that one came from.


Ro August 11, 2010 at 9:27 am

That’s a great song, great idea, like the times tables sung to music 🙂
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