Folk music "Dragon Plum"

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Folk music "Dragon Mei" from the album "Chinese Music Map to hear Inner Mongolia Matouqin, Chaoer music Collection"

Long Mei Long Mei

Folk music Nationality: Mongolian Region: Horqin, Inner Mongolia

Sher: Chok

This song was born in the pre-1940s in the Goros Banner, then popular in the eastern region of Inner Mongolia. The deep and long melody, played by Tide, tells a tortuous and sad love story. Dongmei, a young girl who is famous for her beauty and intelligence, falls in love with a young man in a neighboring village, but because her father died early and her mother was deceived by a matchmaker, she is forced to separate from her beloved, and is married to the mentally handicapped son of a rich man. The beautiful melody, which repeats in the endless night of the vast grassland, lasts for a long time, as if the young girl Dongmei's lament for her fate, and also makes the listener realize the great pain brought by the arranged marriage in the old era for young men and women.

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.

Involving news

Organized by 夏浩东 on 2022-03-18
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: folk musical instruments, religious musical instruments and sacrificial musical instruments.
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Organized by 夏浩东 on 2022-02-18
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.
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Organized by F.JCLOVE on 2022-02-18
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.
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Organized by 某某 on 2022-02-18
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.
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