Folk music "Orange Flower"

16 views · Organized by 左树 on 2024-05-31
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Folk music "Orange Flower" from the album "Chinese Music Map to hear Inner Mongolia Matouqin, Chaoer music Collection"

Ju Hua Orange flower

Folk music Nationality: Mongolian Region: Horqin, Inner Mongolia

Sher: Chok

The orange flower in the title of this song was originally the name of a lovely Mongolian girl. At the banquet when the orange flower girl was married, a young man who loved her but failed to express his feelings was expressing his deep regret and unwillingness with this melancholy and sad melody. The rough bow moves freely and gently on the silk strings of Chaoer, allowing the lingering music to outline the complex mood of the Mongolian youth who have made mistakes and lost love. Looking at the girl who once longed for and now will marry far away, drink the liquor in the cup, and the hot emotion that once surged in the night will be sealed in the heart forever.

Involving the artist

Since its inception in 2003, Ruiming Music has adhered to the creation and ingenuity, and regards "making music with heart" as the brand concept of Ruiming music, striving to bring the audience more quality, taste of cultural aesthetic and artistic value pursuit.
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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.

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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