Do you like music ? Chapter 2 part 74

  Belatucadrus 12:49 10 May 2018

Time to challenge the lug holes again with an ensemble piece featuring all the great and good of Mongolian traditional music and folk dance. It comes with subtitles but they aren't exactly helpful.

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"Praise for Bayankhongor"

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 13:04 10 May 2018

Only two strings in Mongolia?

very colourful.

  Aitchbee 16:11 14 May 2018

I wouldn't fancy living in the Gobi Desert as it seems to be bereft of trees and other plants; but I can understand why the native people are so happy and give praise for the land they've been born in.

Wonderful stuff.

  Teabag. 16:54 14 May 2018

Very enjoyable 8 minutes 30 seconds. Far superior to most presented on Saturday. ( euro song contest )

Quite interesting the tune you can bash out of a converted 40's bed side cabinet.

  Belatucadrus 17:14 14 May 2018

Only two strings in Mongolia?

Unless your name is Amarbayasgakalan Chovjoo her Yatga had 21 strings.

  wee eddie 17:34 14 May 2018

Interesting: Although the instruments are meant to be traditional, the sound holes in them mimic those on the face of a Cello or Violin

  Aitchbee 17:44 14 May 2018

...and them thick white instrument strings are probably made from extremely fat snow leopards [cat gut].

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  Belatucadrus 18:31 14 May 2018

Apparently strings are usually Silk, Horsehair or Goose gut. No evidence of Snow leopard.

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