When worlds Collide


Particle physicist Brian Foster of the University of Oxford, UK, has teamed up with the British musician Jack Liebeck to create a special lecture and performance about the legacy of Albert Einstein and the role music played in his life. The show, which is currently touring the UK, concludes with Foster joining Liebeck on stage to perform a duet. This exclusive physicsworld.com video gives you a taste of the collaboration as the pair perform an arrangement of a violin sonata by Mozart in C Major k.296.

via When worlds collide: physics meets music – physicsworld.com.

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  1. bigfatfurrytexan says:

    how very Pythagorean. 😀

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