Music for Electrochemists

 

 

 


Music and chemistry often go hand in hand. The musical pieces, below, are ones that I associate with electrochemistry or chemistry.

If you have any other favorite pieces that fit this category, please let me know!

Density 21.5

Edgar Varese specified that this piece should be played on a platinum flute. Listen to it and you'll always remember the density of platinum! 
( Album )

Mercury Poisoning

Graham Parker wrote this as a condemnation of his record label, Mercury Records, but when I hear it, I'm reminded to be careful when handling Hg! ( Album )

Ionisation

This 1931 Varese piece depicts the ionization of an hydrogen atom.
( Album )

Elements

This is the quintessential chemistry song. Alas, I could not find a link to Tom Lehrer's original version. This will have to do! ( Album )

Chemistry

It's pretty obvious that they are talking about a different kind of chemistry, but it is "All about chemistry." ( Album )

Electrochemistry

I have absolutely no idea why this piece is entitled "Electrochemistry." But it is interesting nonetheless. 
( Album )


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