Non-Newtonian Fluid on a Speaker Cone by bendhoward (YouTube)
This science experiment demonstrates the power of sound vibration. "Corn starch [oobleck] is a shear thickening non-Newtonian fluid meaning that it becomes more viscous when it is disturbed." When disturbed by sound waves from a speaker cone it forms weird tendrils. We recommend using dubstep or other music requiring a subwoofer speaker.
Hawaiian ‘Uli ‘Uli musical gourd rattle
The ‘uli ‘uli starts as a small gourd that is hollowed out and filled with seeds, shells or pebbles. This version is made with household items. from HOT CHALK Lesson Plans
Make Magazine is a great source for DIY projects. This links to Make Magazine's instructions for building a Drawdio!
Classical Music? If you've watched TV, you know more than you think you do!
|"The Imperial March" by John Williams (Star Wars)||"Hoedown" from Aaron Copland's ballet Rodeo.||George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.|
"O Fortuna" from Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
Possibly the most overused piece in television history.
|"Vesti la giubbe" from Leoncavallo's opera I Pagliacci|
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