Sound from Hills featuring various artistes – Liando a te unau

ound From The Hills: Narrating Mizo folk tales through music The song dictates how the ‘White man’ (and the plains' dwellers) came into their humble abode among the clouds and helped the Mizo folks adopt a more "modern" concept on society as a whole. With a duration of 14 minutes and 52 seconds, the song “Liandoa te unau”, which is an amalgamation of Mizo folk tunes, describes the advent of Western Culture into the Lushai Hills, now known as the state of Mizoram in North East India.“Liandoa te unau” also portrays the history of their culture in fragments.
The head-hunting people who we once were, the paganism that has since been abandoned, the stories of fabled hunters and fairest of the maidens in the land, all presented in the 14 or so-minute long musical drama of a sonic and visual behemoth

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