Organized by 沈梦溪 on 2023-04-20
Abdukli Mu Usman is a famous Echek performer, Muqam researcher, and professor of Xinjiang University of the Arts. His major (direction) is Echek Performance and Teaching.
Diluhhh is an up-master in the music area of station B. He currently has a total of 1548 fans. His videos mainly use Ai Czech to play and spread Xinjiang national musical instruments.
Involving musical instruments
Aijie (pinyin: jié kè) is also known as Harzak. Originated from Uyghur folk. Popular in Xinjiang, such as Maigaiti, Bachu, Avati, Kashgar, Shache and Kuqa.
Organized by 袁城 on 2022-04-13
If you want to understand the culture of a region, the most direct way is to appreciate the music and dance with local characteristics. There are many ethnic musical instruments in Xinjiang. The following are the common stringed musical instruments in Xinjiang.
Organized by 棠舟 on 2022-02-16
There is such a beautiful legend circulating in the folk about the origin of the name of the Aijie musical instrument.
Organized by ky on 2022-02-16
The shape of Aijie is unique and unique. The barrel is spherical, and the inner side of the piano is covered with python skin, so that the resonance body forms two hemispheres. It is mainly used to play folk music and classical music. One of the characteristic national instrumental music.
Organized by 愛 on 2022-02-16
In the process of spreading, Aijie has been continuously enriched and developed, and formed a variety of different types. Divided by the main strings, there are one string, two strings and three strings Aijie. In terms of regions, there are Doran Ayce and Hami Ayce. In addition to the traditional Aiji, there are also reformed new Aiji and Bass Aiji. Although there are many varieties and different shapes, they are the most commonly used musical instruments in Uyghur folk bands.
Organized by 烟雨燕双飞 on 2022-02-16
Aijk, also known as Harzak. Originated from Uyghur folk. Popular in Xinjiang, such as Maigaiti, Bachu, Avati, Kashgar, Shache and Kuqa.