last part which "was the end of minimalism" for Glass. The musical scores were tacked on the wall, and the performers had to move while playing. This composition was initially regarded by the composer as a piece of Gebrauchsmusik music for use like salt and pepper. "Glass Notes: 'Interviews From Tasmania. Glass' music is now indelibly a part of our cultural lingua franca, just a click away on YouTube. For Satyagraha, Glass worked in close collaboration with two " SoHo friends the writer Constance deJong, who provided the libretto, and the set designer Robert Israel. Another collaboration was a collaborative recording project with Ravi Shankar, initiated by Peter Baumann (a member of the band Tangerine Dream which resulted in the album Passages (1990).