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  • Pengions in Motion (and others)

    • 1 year ago
    • 111 views
    Fairly raw footage shot in Antarctica on the Cheeseman's GSA/JSG Scotia Arc Antarctica Expedition 2012-2013
  • Great job! Thanks!

    Penguins

    Penguins seen on the GSA Antarctica trip
  • If you want to see the animated version, also, sung by Richard Alley, and animated by his daughter Janet, search Richard Alley snowflake (it won't let me paste in the link)

    Glaciers and Snowflakes - Richard Alley

    While aboard the Akademik Ioffe for GSA's 125th Anniversary expedition to Antarctica, Richard Alley offered a New Years Eve lecture (12/31/12). This song is an excerpt from that lecture.
  • This was not done for a geology class, but instead for our Antarctica expedition. But you WILL learn about penguin species!

    Great Penguin Waltz

    • 1 year ago
    • 616 views
    Song written and performed by Dr. RIchard Alley of the Pennsylvania State University. First performed on the Scotia Arc Antarctica Expedition with Cheeseman's Ecology Safaris in Jan. 2013. The so...
  • Raining Penguins

    • 1 year ago
    • 384 views
    Adelies jumping off a point at Hope Bay, Antarctica, 2013
  • Geoman 2012 (psurockvideo)

    • 1 year ago
    • 1,961 views
    Join Dr. Richard Alley as he musically retells the history of the Earth for his Geology of the National Parks class. This course is part of PSUs Dutton E-education Institutes open courseware initi...
  • Tom Lehrer's "The Elements" animated

    This is my attempt to animate the famous Elements song by Tom Lehrer. (If you want the lyrics, just do a web search for "Tom Lehrer Elements lyrics".)

    I used the following software to create this:...
  • Is the radio commercial that starts out talking about the big rhino first out there anywhere? has to be my all-time favorite radio spot!

    OfficeMax Big Deals Rhino Commercial

    Our Big Deal Bag Promo is worth a big shout-out. But with times as they are, our Marketing department could only get this ridiculously cute rhino. That's ok, he may be small but he's gonna make you...
  • Somewhere over the puddle (psurockvideo)

    • 2 years ago
    • 984 views
    Join Dr. Alley as he sings about the Water Cycle. Part of Pennsylvania State University's Geology of the NAtional PArks class (Geosc10). FOr the complete course, go to https://www.e-education.psu...
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

    • 3 years ago
    • 321 views
    Mannheim Steamroller's "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," written for two pianos, performed on piano and hammered dulcimer. St. Paul's United Methodist Church, State College, PA, Christmas Eve 2010.
  • Mysteriousy Amazing - I am not sure why your comment was removed, it made me laugh!Hope Germany is a great experience for you! Glad you enjoyed the video - hoping to have more early in the new year.

    From Mysteriously Amazing: I'm an american exchange student in germany, and today in geography class my teacher put this on and I flipped out because he's from my town

    Ring of Fire (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 70,289 views
    Ring of Fire -- Join Dr. Richard Alley (who is NOT Johnny Cash, but is the Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU)), as he takes you on a musical review of sub...
  • Snowflake (psurockvideo)

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,235 views
    Join Dr. Richard Alley with amusical look at glaciology. As part of PSUs Dutton E-education Institutes open courseware initiative, this piece is offeder for Geology f the National Parks students T...
  • What a wonderful thing to watch. Thanks for sharing it! - Cindy (one of Uncle Dave's students at KMW)

    Dulcimer - Will Manahan Performs at OVG 2010!

    Will Manahan (dulcimer) performs with his Uncle Dave Haas (guitar) at the Ohio Valley Gathering, held February 26-28, 2010 in Lexington, KY. Will played is front of 400 folks, received a standing ...
  • Two reasons we decided not to include this - 1) Although Novarupta erupted the most volcanic stuff, in terms of death and destruction, St. Helen's was bigger, and 2) At the time, Alaska was a territory, and not a state. We did discuss it quite a bit before deciding how to proceed. (and the personal reason - our daughter was a ranger at Mt. St. Helens at the time, and we made this in part for her!

    The Biggest Eruption in the Whole U.S.A. (psurockvideo)

    • 4 years ago
    • 3,737 views
    The story of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, beginning in 1980. This Rockin' parody is part of Dr. Richard Alley's Geology of the National Parks class offered at the Pennsylvania State Universit...
  • Partly Shingletown Gap, and partly Joe Hayes Vista - good guess!

    Peaceful Easy Obduction (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 1,799 views
    Peaceful Easy Obduction - Obduction is the process of creating mountain ranges when two continental plates run into each other. This Rockin' parody is part of Dr. Richard Alley's Geology of the Na...
  • Down Doo Bee Doo (psurockvideo)

    • 4 years ago
    • 5,133 views
    Ever wonder how to tell if a rock layer is right-side-up or turned by mountain building? Dr. Richard ALley has the answers! This course is part of PSUs Dutton E-education Institutes open coursewa...
  • Glad you are enjoying the videos! - we have a lot of fun with them. Hopefully production will begin again soon.

    Rollin' to the Future (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 7,099 views
    Rollin' to the Future -- a musical review about the problem of scarce resources performed by Dr. Richard Alley, Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU). This ...
  • Rocking Around the Silicates (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 12,960 views
    Rocking Around the Silicates - SIlicates are the most common minerals found on earth. This Rockin' parody is part of Dr. Richard Alley's Geology of the National Parks class offered at the Pennsylv...
  • Jedediah - a tale of biodiversity (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 916 views
    A lighthearted approach to the serious topic of biodiversity. This Rockin' Review parody is part of Dr. Richard Alley's Geology of the National Parks class offered at the Pennsylvania State Univer...
  • Glad you enjoy the videos - there we be lots more!

    Watch the LIne (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 11,305 views
    We Watch the Line - Join Dr. Richard Alley (who is NOT Johnny Cash, but is the Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU)), as he takes a musical look at why seis...
  • Geology of the National Parks - the Basics (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 4,236 views
    Dr. Richard Alley musically sums up the requirements for registered students taking Geology of the National Parks at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) . This introductory parody is part of ...
  • Submarine Beaches (psurockvideo)

    • 5 years ago
    • 2,231 views
    Submarine Beaches -- What happens if we interfere with the natural cycle of sand? Eventually we may have no beaches. Join Dr. Richard Alley and friends as they musically discuss this very real is...
  • Karen and Cort play Butcher's Gap

    • 5 years ago
    • 2,081 views
    Karen Alley and Cort Tangeman play Butcher's Gap by Terry Lewis at the 2008 Dulcimer Week Swannanoa Gathering.
  • Karen Alley at the Swananoa Gathering 2008 open mic

    • 5 years ago
    • 1,274 views
    Karen went to the Swannanoa Gathering for the first time this year (2008 DUlcimer week). Here is 500 Miles, played at open mic night.
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