|Premiere Performance:||November 10, 2012 – Enwave Theatre|
The horse was once a familiar and essential sight in many villages in Japan, used both for farming and as a packhorse.
Mago was a person who led horses and carried passengers or baggage. They walked all day long crossing mountains and rivers with a bell which protected them from wild dogs, boar and bears.
They sung to divert themselves from the monotony of their tiring work, or sometimes just for pure entertainment.