Dutar inherits musical instrument playing skills and enriches people's cultural life

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Chinanews.com Urumqi is good at musical instruments such as dutar and tambourine. Ashan Yimir, a farmer in Kaerdun Village, Tokayi Township, Alar City, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, is a well-known local cultural talent.

Dutar inherits musical instrument playing skills and enriches people's cultural life

Ashan Yimir has been fond of musical instruments since he was a child. At the age of 20, he learned dutar, tambourine, etc. from his master, and has been playing it till now. "Learning these instruments was difficult, and it took a long time."

Dutar is one of the traditional musical instruments of the Uyghur people in Xinjiang, with a strong and melodious sound. In order to pass on the playing skills of Dutar and other musical instruments, Kaerdun Village established the Golden Populus Literary Team in 2019, with 8 members including Ashan Yimir.

Dutar inherits musical instrument playing skills and enriches people's cultural life

In the art team, Ashan Yimir and his colleagues wrote songs, rehearsed together in slack farming, and volunteered to perform shows for the villagers, enriching the villagers' amateur cultural life. At the same time, he actively went out to participate in various theatrical performances, and sometimes went out to participate in competitions and won awards.

With the support of the village, Ashan Yimir and others also set up a training class for ethnic musical instruments in the village, training for villagers and young people who like the dutar, tambourine and other musical instruments, and many people came to learn.

"The subjects we offer include Uyghur folk instruments such as dutar, playing boul, tambourine, etc., and adopt the teaching methods of 'hand-in-hand', 'one-to-one' and 'one-to-many'." Ashan Yimir introduced.

Involving musical instruments

Dutar (pinyin: dū tǎ ěr) is a traditional stringed instrument loved by the Uyghurs in Xinjiang. The Chinese transliteration is also written as "Dutar, Dutar, Dutar" and so on. Xinjiang's national musical instruments have dual nature, not only can be used as an accompaniment to play music, but also can be displayed as a beautiful and gorgeous handicraft.

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