The difference between Dutar and Dombra

1271 views · Organized by 一口泡芙 on 2022-05-12

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.

The difference between Dutar and Dombra

different shapes

Dongbula: The piano bar is slender, and the speakers are scoop-shaped and flat.

Dutar: The shape is like a large water scoop with a long handle, which is composed of a sound box, a headstock, a piano rod, a peg, a bridge and a string.

different tones

Dongbra: The sound of the piano is louder than that of Dutar.

Dutar: The sound of the piano is low.

Play differently

Dongbra: The basic method of playing is to play and pick. Generally, play is used for rebeating, and picking is used for tapping.

Dutar: When playing, the five fingers of the right hand are used together, and one is indispensable, either plucking or picking, or picking or sweeping.

uneven distribution

Dongbra: It is a traditional plucked instrument of the Kazakh people in North and Central Asia.

Dutar: It is a traditional stringed instrument loved by the Uyghurs in Xinjiang.

different uses

Dongbra: suitable for playing some fast and unrestrained tunes.

Dutar: Music can be played with an accompaniment instrument, and it can also be displayed as a beautiful ornate handicraft.

Involving musical instruments

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.
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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