Anda Union: Homeland

In the dim light of a New York night club, a cavernous church in Oxford or in any secluded corner of the globe, the musicians of Anda Union recreate the open skies of the Central Asian grasslands. Through traditional vocals, overtone (throat) singing and Mongolian long song, playing horsehead fiddles, lutes, flutes and drums, they tell stories of herds and heroes, of lands and families. The driving forces of their music are nostalgia and a passion … More Anda Union: Homeland