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Arunachal: Noted singer, radio artiste Talut Mize passes away

Late Talut Mize was one of the prominent and pioneer music artist of Arunachal Pradesh in general and Adi communities in particular.

The Legendary singer and radio artiste Talut Mize has passed away at a private hospital in New Delhi on Wednesday morning.

The sexagenarian, who suffered from prolonged cardiac problems, died of coronary surgery-related complications. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, and a son.

A native of Mirku-Daapi village, Pasighat in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh, late Mize was not only a renowned singer but also a music composer and a writer, who modernized Adi songs and made them popular.

Meanwhile, condolence messages have poured in for the late singer.

Condoling the demise of late Mize, Ninong Ering, MLA 37th Pasighat West, Kaling Moyong, MLA 38th Pasighat, Lombo Tayeng, MLA 39th Mebo prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul of late Mize.

They said the legacy of late Mize in the field of music will remain forever. May almighty give enough strength to the family members of late Mize at this hour of grieve, the legislators added.

Late Talut Mize was one of the prominent and pioneer music artist of Arunachal Pradesh in general and Adi communities in particular.

Mize was born on November 12, 1957, and did his schooling education from Mumbai, Matunga during the year 1975.

In his prime, he was a popular Radio artist on All India Radio, and apart from his main dialect of Adi, he also sang songs in Galo and Mishing dialects.

Late Mize was also honored with several state level medals and felicitations for his meritorious service in the field of music and art, twice by the then governor of Arunachal Pradesh and felicitated on several state level celebrations and by local community-based organizations and Arunachal guild for cultural integration, recognizing him as one of the Legendary artist of Arunachal Pradesh.

Late Mize’s legacy will definitely live on in the heart of people of Arunachal Pradesh in general and his fans in particular.

First Published: 12th May, 2022 16:59 IST

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