News about 
Physics songs:
1. If this doesn't make you smile, I don't know what will: "Alpha Decay" from the physics sing-along last week at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society. Set to "YMCA", led by APS fellow Prof. Robin Selinger, with Grace McKenzie-Smith leading the dancing! (Instead of "YMCA", she's leading them in "alpha D K".)  
  2. The annual "Rock 'n Roll Physics Sing Along" took place this past Wednesday, as part of the March Meeting of the American Physical Society, the largest annual gathering of physicists. We had a terrific turnout! Great performances by all-physicist guest vocalists Prof. Robin Selinger, Dr. David Ehrenstein, Prof. Charles Collett, and Grace McKenzie-Smith, as well as our all-physicist band, Dr. Victor Albert, Lev Krayzman, Lenny Campanello, Lucy Zhang, and Dr. Yuen Yiu. Here's a sample.  
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Physics songs and other resources: Songs by Walter Smith
& Marian McKenzie
Songs by Prof. Arthur Roberts
(from 1947 and 1985)
The Physical Revue (from 1952),
by Tom Lehrer
Songs sung by the Cavendish Society
in the early 1900s
Songs by Dr. James Livingston Selected songs by other authors
  Why Physics Songs? Resources for instructors, including database search Categorized links to other
physics song pages
Kid-friendly physics songs and resources  


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