[islandlabs] Autotune The Sagan!

Burns, William burns at cshl.edu
Mon Feb 8 22:55:53 EST 2010


If I'm not mistaken, it's from Cosmos, and probably set to music in the
last of the videos on that page.
If it was borrowed/taken from something before that, I have no idea.
 
-Bill


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	Hey All,
	
	Yeah, SymphonyofScience is really cool.  I always liked Carl
Sagan - When I was a kid the Cosmos series was on PBS.  I enjoyed it a
lot.  It's great to see him come to life in one of these Remixes.  
	
	JK
	
	BTW, that's a fantastic poem.  Where's it from?  It's very good.

	
	
	
	On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 6:04 PM, Burns, William <burns at cshl.edu>
wrote:
	

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		Not a sunrise, but a galaxy rise
		A morning filled with 400 billion suns
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