Laura Olson | Over the Fence in the Land of Oz

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Over the Fence in the Land of Oz

by Laura Olson

The title song sung in Hmong with an orchestral setting from the action feature film "Over the Fence in the Land of Oz".
Genre: World: Asian- Southeast
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1. Over the Fence in the Land of Oz (feat. Ka Xiong)
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This song is sung entirely in the Hmong language by Ka Xiong. It is from an unreleased action packed feature film "Over the Fence in the Land of Oz". You can go to the website to learn more here.
http://wolfsheadproductions.com/overthefence/welcome.html
Over the Fence in the Land of Oz is a powerful story of the sacrifice and bravery of a people fighting for their existence during the Vietnam War. The Hmong, an indigenous hill-tribe people in northern Laos, fought heroically alongside the Americans in an effort to support the United States and to retain their right to exist as an ethnic minority. For 14 long, bloody, years the Hmong fought shoulder to shoulder in Laos with their American brothers, forging friendship and respect between these two cultures.
This film is a Hmong/American story. My vision for the musical score of this movie is orchestral in nature with a strong theme of American Nationalism bonded with the cultural sounds of Southeast Asia. Much like the bond that develops between the Americans and the Hmong in the film, the different textures need to support each other and not compete for attention.

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