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Off Topic - Sadness and happiness: Ravi Shankar passed away

This is totally off topic but this subject matters to me.
I never really listened at good sitar music and discovered it some time ago when I saw a message speaking about Pandit Ravi Shankar's passing.
At the time, the curiosity made me to listen to some passages of his music in a haphazard manner: I was totally blown away!
Since then I have taken a lot of time in finding some of the master's music and I had to face it: I'll probably have no enough time remaining in this life to listen and fully appreciate the value of his beautiful, relaxing and fulfilling music, so I'll have to come back and try again in another lifetime.
One possible discovering starting point
I wish you to appreciate this great music.
RIP Raviji, your daughters Anoushka and Norah Jones are still young but already so talented.


Creation date : 2013.01.09 4:41 PM
Last update : 2013.12.07 11:33 AM
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