The legend of Chaoer

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Chaoer, also known as copying. Mongolian bow and stringed musical instruments. Chaoer means resonance in Mongolian. Also known as Sinaghan Chaoer, which means the spoon with resonance. Diverse shapes, soft and rich sound, full of grassland characteristics.

The legend of Chaoer

In the Horqin area of eastern Inner Mongolia, there is such a story: a kind-hearted herdsman took a spoon to scoop water, and the spoon in his hand fell on the ground accidentally, making a nice sound, so he was inspired by it , and hollowed out the wood to make a chaoerqin. Since then, this kind of stringed instrument has spread in Mongolian grasslands and yurts.

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Involving musical instruments

Chaoer (pinyin: cháo ěr) is also known as copying. Mongolian bow and stringed musical instruments. It is popular in Xing'an League, Zhelimu League, Zhaowuda League in the east of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and Bayannaoer League and Alxa League in the west.