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Passages is a collaborative chamber music studio album co-composed by Ravi Shankar and Philip Glass, released in 1990. This historic collaboration of two of the most notable figures of late twentieth century Eastern and Western classical music brought full-circle a process which began when the promising young American minimalist musician & composer Philip Glass met Indian sitar maestro & composer Ravi Shankar in Paris in 1965. That year, Glass, studying with the great Nadia Boulanger, was earning pocket money doing… read more

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  • Prashanti
  • Passages is ridiculously tight. Phenomenal synergy of east and west.
  • Great study music
  • An outstanding collaboration. It really couldn't get any better than this.
  • Philip's structures highlights Ravi's genius. I can die a happy man :).
  • @psynumb: Indeed. "Meetings Along The Edge" is my favourite of this superb album.
  • Great minds' music sound alike: wonderful
  • Music for the mind.
  • @Yzzito; exactly.This album is phenomenal, more people should listening to this.And "Meetings Along The Edge" is the cherry on top .
  • Wow, I feel at peace listening to this duo, great synthesis of east & west.

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