This musician wrote a song to memorize \( \pi\), since it is easier to memorize musical melodies than strings of numbers. If you can hear the melody, you can figure out the numbers.

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TopNewestThat's amazing. My dad teaches Music Theory at William and Mary, and I actually heard him play the piece and he wrote a wind quartet based on pi. :D

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I thought I was the only one who played pi on the piano before, I played it in C major and it is very horrible haha...

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That song is absolutely amazing! It almost sounds like an infinite curve.

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That's thoughtful :) .

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Beautiful!

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