Below are links to other science song-related pages and sites.
(Last update: March 14, 2011.) The most comprehensive of these are SingAboutScience.org
most of the other links highlight content (song lyrics, pedagogical info, etc.) that is
not available through either SingAboutScience.org or PhysicsSongs.org.
Please choose from among the
(Or, if you're indecisive, just start scrolling down the page....)
Karaoke Delightfully cheesy synthesizer music accompanies you
while you sing the lyrics provided. Maintained by Frank Virzi, a biology teacher
at North Middlesex Regional High School in Townsend, Massachusetts.
Songs "I've Been Working On My Neurons," "Use, Use, Use Your
Brain," "Home In The Brain".... Maintained by Dr. Eric Chudler of the University of Washington.
Karaoke Song parodies about bacteria, mitosis,
photosynthesis, etc. Written by Dr. Annette Parrott, a biology teacher at Lakeside High School in Atlanta.
SDS-Page On Stage Highlights of past "MCB Follies"
performances in Berkeley, California, including "Fight For Your Right
To Petri" by the Yeasti Boys.
Can you strum a guitar and hug a tree at the same time? This site says
yes! Maintained by Remy Rodden, an environmental educator in Yukon, Canada.
Chemistry Songs "Magnesium The Beautiful," "Glory, Glory, It's
Wolff-Kischner," and other standards. From Bucknell College in Pennsylvania.
Chemistry Carols &
Other Chemistry Songs "I'm Dreaming Of A White Precipitate," "We
Wish You A Happy Halogen," and other Yuletide favorites. Maintained by Dr. Slime (Mike Garlick),
a chemist at Delta College in Michigan.
Chemistry "Proving art and science don't mix since 1999." Maintained by Aimee Hartnell Murphy,
who teaches chemistry at Rye St Antony School in Oxford (UK).
of Cesium 30+ songs about everyone's favorite alkali metal,
including "Hey! Mr. Cesium Man," "Seventy-Six Neutrons," "Hotel Cesium,"
"'Lectropositive Mama," "Cesiumville," "Maxwell's Sky-Blue Cesium".... Maintained by
Dr. Randal Nelson, a computer science professor at the University of Rochester in New York.
Songs "Some Think That Soil Is Dirt," "Where Have All The
Bedrocks Gone?", and many more. Written by the late Francis Hole, formerly a professor
of soil science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Geology A great source of geo-jargon. Learn (or at least read)
words like "graptolites," rhabdosomes," "olistostromes," and
"geosyncline." Maintained by geochemist Brenna Lorenz.
Songs "The Mathematician's Drinking Song" is an anecodotal
history of the field of mathematics, and, as such, may be difficult to get
through in one sitting unless you're sipping a beer. Maintained by Jeff Suzuki, a
math Ph.D. student at Boston University.
Day Songs to be sung on Pi Day (the 14th of March, i.e., 3-14)
or whenever the mood strikes you. Written by LaVern Christianson when he taught
math at Windom Area High School in Windom, Minnesota.
therapy patients will wheeze with amusement at this collection of
sputum-related songs. Written by Dave Howard and Greg Wray, who are respiratory care
practicioners in Michigan.
Sing About Science & Math Includes
my database of over 3800 science and math songs (formerly known as MASSIVE: Math And Science Song
Information, Viewable Everywhere)as well as the Sing About Science blog and other
Science Another British MIDI/karaoke science songs site!
(See also "Musical Chemistry" above.) Maintained by C. Downey of St. Edward's School (UK).
A free download of elementary school science songs set to familiar tunes, written by teacher Ingrid Sherwood.
Songs for Teaching
A commercial site offering lyrics and music samples from a wide variety of artists.