Chaoer operating guide

Mongolian musical instruments include Matouqin, Mongolian drum, Huobusi, Tobshur, Yatok, Sihu, Hujia and so on. Mongolian musical instruments are used in folk songs and rap related to nomadic life. Mongolian musical instruments In traditional ancient chants, hymns, banquet songs and many songs reflecting the life of herdsmen, Mongolian musical instruments can be divided into three categories: f...
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When playing the chorus, the player sits cross-legged on the floor or squatting and kneeling with one leg, and the piano box is placed on the ground or his back is against his left leg. The left hand supports the piano bar, presses the strings with the middle finger pads of the index finger, ring finger, and little finger, and presses up and down to rub the strings. Commonly us...
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Chaoer has two forms, one is still keeping the prototype of Huer, but the lower end of the piano box has become a flat bottom, single-sided skin, more similar to Xihu; the other is a long piano rod inserted into an inverted trapezoid Box, double-sided skin, ponytail string, ponytail bow. The various forms of Chaoer are composed of a resonance box, a headstock, a piano rod, a peg, ...
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