Xinjiang DALA Band performs "Kurgu Music"
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The DALA Band from the Cultural Center of Hutubi County, Xinjiang innovatively combines the nearly lost Kazakh musical instruments and music, reproducing the sounds of nature in the vast territory. Won the Gold Award of the 2017 "Shanghai Release · Great World City Stage China Charm List".

"Kurgu Music" is one of the ancient Kazakh songs with a history of more than 150 years. It tells the story of the growth of a warrior.

Involving musical instruments

Kubuzi (pinyin: kù bù zī) is a traditional musical instrument of Kazakh and other Central Asian nationalities. Its founder was Kurkut, a shaman at the end of the eighth century. Chinese also translated as Hobbes, Hobbes, Kebuzi and so on. With a long history, simple construction and soft sound, it is used for solo, ensemble or accompaniment.
Hand drum (pinyin: shǒu gǔ) is a mixed-membrane sounding instrument of the Uyghur and Uzbeks. It has a long history and has long appeared in Dunhuang and Northern Wei murals from the fourth to sixth centuries. popular in Xinjiang.
Shengu (Pinyin: Shén gǔ) is also known as Lama Drum. It is a percussion instrument used by Tibetan and Mongolian lama monasteries. Popular in Tibet, Qinghai, Gansu, Sichuan, Yunnan, Inner Mongolia and other provinces.
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.
Sibusi'e (pinyin: sī bù sī é), also translated as Sibuzi'e, Sibis'e, is a Kazakh fringe air-sounding musical instrument, popular in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Involving news

Organized by 长恭 on 2022-02-25
As early as before the 11th century, the spouses had appeared and spread among the people, and it has been passed down from generation to generation and has been passed down to the present day.
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Organized by 琪琪 on 2022-02-25
When playing the forehead of the sbus, hold the pipe upright, press the upper hole with the index finger of the left hand, and press the two holes at the end with the thumb and index finger of the right hand. The mouth contains the mouthpiece and is slightly on the left side of the lips. Use the tip of the tongue to block most of the mouthpiece, leaving a small mouth for the blowing hole.
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Organized by 离去之原 on 2022-02-25
The forehead body of Sibusi was originally made of a kind of sturdy reed that grows on the grasslands or in the shady mountains, but now it is mostly made of poplar, pine or yurt.
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