Can multiple recitations of the many digits of a mathematical constant be fun and entertaining? Yes!
Some of these recordings are very creative. The musical ones show how music can be made out of anything! You can hear Pi recited like a Klingon, in French, Hungarian and Latin, in Pig Latin, very quickly, by kids, adults, while laughing, and the list goes on.
I’ll start with the recordings that are musical.
Hear Pi to the 50th digit…
Here’s an instrumental one.
The photo below is of a Chinese zither. I believe the musician gave each string a number (starting with the first string) – to create a melody of the numbers of Pi to the 50th digit.
Here’s a recording by a 1ist grade class.
Quickly in English.
In other languages.
Here are 2 for us geeks who like Star Trek:
Finally some that are even sillier:
There are a few more at the Librivox link above.
Enjoy Pi, guy!
Image at the top created by Mama Lisa.
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