Climatic Variations played on the Violin
After the composition for cello, made by an American student to illustrate the climatic variations during the last 130 years, a teacher shows climate changes over the last 600 years with a violin.
The idea is to highlight, by means of a stringed instrument, the temperature variations over a given period, with relatively higher notes for hot temperatures and lower ones for cooler temperatures.
The intention is to give life to graphics raising global temperatures in order to produce an intuitive perception and show clearly the extent of global warming over time: in addition to natural variations in temperature, we can here the temperatures rising with notes and the significance of global warming becomes evident.
Here with image and music, the study of Dr. Friedman reflecting with an electric violin, climate variations over 600 years.
And then the original study with the composition for cello solo of Daniel Crawford, entitled Song of our warming planet.