Sunday, June 10, 2012
Historic 78 rpm Recording: Mendelssohn - Wedding March
Historic 78 rpm Recording: A) Mendelssohn - Wedding March; B) Shubert - Rosamunde - Entr'acte. Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream (The Wedding March) Opus 21 and Shubert's Rosamunde - Entr'acte. The San Francisco Symphony orchestra conducted by Alfred Hertz. From Victor 78 rpm disc 6678 A & B Recorded 1928 (8:50)
Author, photographer & physicist Russell McNeil PhD (Physics) lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia. His book, The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius: Selections Annotated and Explained (Skylight Paths Publishing) presents a radical and modern science-based interpretation of the ancient philosophy of Stoicism. This way of living teaches that happiness and healing come to us in life when we learn to “live according to nature” - this is the ideal that Russell strives to reflect in all of his contributions.
Russell McNeil, PhD, is the author of The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius: Selections Annotated and Explained by Skylight Paths Publishing. The unpublished meditations presented in this Blog are provided as supplemental material to the published selections which are annotated and explained in the book. The published selections are referenced in this Blog by page number and section.