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Akendumbra (pinyin: ā kěn dōng bù lā) is a Kazakh plucked stringed musical instrument. The Kazakh language "Aken" means "folk singer". Akendumbra is a tombula commonly used by folk singers when they play and sing.

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  • Chinese name:acendumbra
  • nationality:Kazakh
  • nickname:donbula
  • Popularity:Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture
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Dongbula, also known as Dongbula and Dongbula, is a traditional plucked instrument in Central Asia, especially popular among Kazakhs in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Xinjiang. Its origin, there is a beautiful folk tale.
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Legend has it that long ago, there was a brutal khan on the steppe. His son, who was just as vicious and cruel, disappeared during a hunt before his 50th birthday.
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There is such a story circulating in the area where the Kazakhs live about the birth of Dongbra.
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Akendumbra is a Kazakh plucked stringed musical instrument. The Kazakh language "Aken" means "folk singer". Akendumbra is a tombula commonly used by folk singers when they play and sing.
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Mureal Bimlati is a postgraduate student and a professional teacher of Dongbula in the Conservatory of Music.
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On March 15, when walking into Qiongaiyila Village, Dongmaili Town, Gongliu County, Saimaiti Tulahong, a professional producer of national musical instruments, was debugging the instrument Dongbula in his hand, and his apprentice Yiliansi was also concentrating on processing the materials and accessories in his hand.
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Speaking of Toli County, many friends around me may not be very familiar with it. Toli County is located in the geographical heart of Eurasia, which is the farthest place from Eurasia to the sea
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Dutar's voice should be smaller; Dongbra's playing is playing and picking, generally playing for rebeating, picking for tapping, and Dutar playing or picking or picking, or picking or sweeping; The handle is longer; Dongbra is of Kazakh ethnicity, and Dutar is of Uyghur ethnicity.
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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 introduces the common plucked instruments in Xinjiang.
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Zhang Shan, a doctoral student of music anthropology at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, spent more than 6 years immersed in the Kazakh pastoral areas of Xinjiang, studying, researching and arranging Kazakh folk music, and disseminating grassland music to the outside world. charm.
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