This introduction to the playlist is pretty wordy today, but it's all pretty cool, so here goes.........
As many things seem to these days, this playlist was inspired by a quote I saw recently on Facebook: "Inhale, and God approaches you. Hold the inhalation, and God remains with you. Exhale, and you approach God. Hold the exhalation, and surrender to God." ~ Krishnamacharya
While the Kirtan Community site is mostly about Bhakti Yoga/Kirtan, we honor all yoga traditions. Loving the quote, I researched Krishnamacharya and this playlist is the result. I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I enjoyed compiling it!
There are two parts to today's tribute; the first part is about 45 minutes with Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya performing beautifully and amazingly flexible yoga routines. Especially, watch for the children who practice with him in Part 3!
The second part, following the short Interlude, appears to be a ceremony with, and honoring, his student Indra Devi in 1988.
Because The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are such an integral part of the presentation in the Krishnamacharya yoga video series and are texts he devoutely studied during his lifetime, here are links to two translations online, both available on the website of Sacred Texts which contains an amazing collection of sacred texts from around the world and across the ages.
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, The Threads of Union, Translation by BonGiovanni
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Charles Johnston 
There is also a nice biography of Krishnacharya on wikipedia.
And a bio of Indra Devi (Latvian: Eiženija Petersone (Indra Devi); May 12, 1899 – April 25, 2002), born as Eugenie Peterson in Riga, Livonia, was an early disciple of Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, and herself became a renowned yoga teacher.
1 - Gayatri Mantra 6:50
2 - Krishnamacharya in 1938 with Yoga Sutras, Part 1 of 6 (8:24)
Tirumalai Krishnamacharya was 50 when this film was made and is arguably the most influential yogi in establishing what yoga has become today. His students include Pattabhi Jois the founder of Asthanga yoga, BKS Iyengar, Indra Devi, and his son Desikachar.
Most of todays leading yogis have studied under one or more of Krishnamacharya students. Krishnamacharya was born in 1888 in a remote Indian village and lived to be over 100 years old until his death in 1989. He is known as not only as a most influential yoga teacher, but a scholar, and a healer. Krishnamacharya was known to be able to voluntarily stop his visible heart beat/ pulse for over two minutes, probably by drastically reducing venous return to the heart.
The Yoga Sutras of Patanajali spoken In Sanskrit by Kausthub Desikachar. This CD can be purchased at the Krishnamachuraya Yoga Mandiram www.kym.org.
(Part 1 comment by a viewer: You should know that the first 7? and a half minutes are not Krisnamacarya, but his student, BKS Iyengar, who was then about 20 years old. The last minute or so is Krisnamacarya.)
3 - Krishnamacharya in 1938 with Yoga Sutras, Part 2 of 6 (9:35)
4 - Krishnamacharya in 1938 with Yoga Sutras, Part 3of 6 (9:44)
5 - Krishnamacharya in 1938 with Yoga Sutras, Part 4 of 6 (2:40)
6 - Krishnamacharya in 1938 with Yoga Sutras, Part 5 of 6 (9:30)
7 - Krishnamacharya in 1938 with Yoga Sutras, Part 6 of 6 (5:48)
8 - Calming sound of water and crickets (2:30)
Program Part Two
9 - INDRA DEVI WITH KRISHNAMACHARYA 1988 MADRAS 1ª PARTE (2:08)
10 - INDRA DEVI WITH KRISHNAMACHARYA 1988 MADRAS ª PARTE 2 (4:45) (no audio first 35 seconds, other soundless breaks too)
11 - INDRA DEVI WITH KRISHNAMACHARYA 1988 MADRAS ª PARTE 3 (2:33)
12 - INDRA DEVI WITH KRISHNAMACHARYA 1988 MADRAS ª PARTE 4 (3:12)
13 - INDRA DEVI WITH KRISHNAMACHARYA 1988 MADRAS ª PARTE 5 (3:11)
14 - Om Tryambakam - The LIfe-Giving Prayer (4:22)