Allauddin Khan was, among others, the master of Ravi Shankar. I couldn’t find proper information about this release. It is probably from the second half of the 20th century. He died in 1972. If anyone knows, please let me know.
I have just made the first step on the giant path of classical indian music so I can’t really talk about it. All I know is that this is probably the biggest side of the world classical music with the occidental classical music. The Indian music has its own composition rules and modes. It looks huge and I like this. Here’s a collaboration with a famous US violinist.
This is one of the latest work of Mozart, a mass written in 1791. Actually he wrote only 2/3 of this piece, he hasn’t been able to finish it because he died. The Lacrimosa, 6th part of the sequantia, is breathtaking. The piece lasts less than an hour. If you ever are able to hear it in a church or any good concert hall, don’t hesitate, this is really powerful.