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Science Fair

We're experimenting with some scientific selections on this week's show!

We're donning our lab coats and doing a little musical experimentation this week!

This week, the Ether Game Brain Trust is grabbing a beaker and bunsen burner, donning our protective eyewear, and heading into the lab! It’s an all science show tonight, a show that we’re calling “Science Fair.”

Did you know…

  • Alexander Borodin was a composer in his spare time, but a chemist by trade!
  • The opera and symphony Die Harmonie Der Welt by Paul Hindemith is about the life of the famous astronomer Johannes Kepler.
  • English astronomer William Herschel, the man who discovered the planet Uranus, was also a composer in the same vein as Joseph Haydn.

See the full playlist below.

And don’t forget to listen to our podcast for this week’s show!

Music Heard On This Episode


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